People select creepy-crawlies and other creatures at this bug emporium.
Various shots at naturalist Richard Ford's shop, as two boys, Graham Walder and Peter Trigg, look at the displays of sea shells and eggs; stuffed animals and pinned butterflies are on the wall. The boys inspect a giant crab and a tropical starfish from North Carolina.
A customer sits looking at a tray of creepy-crawlies; Richard Ford hands him another tray of insects and through a magnifying glass we see a Fiddlers Beetle. From another drawer Richard takes out a Strix moth - the largest in the world - from South America. The two boys look at a tray of glass eyes; M/S and C/U of a stuffed Wild Cat from Northern Britain.
Note: on file are notes on the footage shot at this shop, Watkins and Doncaster.