Largest moth in the world

Largest Moth in the world

This was at the Butterfly Conservatory in Oneonta, NY. The wings look like snake heads to scare away birds that might try to eat the moth.

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SheilaSmith says ... on Monday, Apr 25 at 6:46 PM

The Atlas moths have started emerging from their cocoons! Atlas moths are native to Southeast Asia and belong to the Giant Silkworm Moth family (Saturniidae). They are considered one of the largest moths in the world, and have the largest wing area o

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SheilaSmith says ... on Monday, Apr 25 at 6:49 PM

of any insect

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