Wednesday, July 15, 2015

July 15: Eagle Hill Institute, Luna Moth

One moth most people seem to know and that everyone marvels at is the Luna Moth, Actia luna--or as I heard someone refer to it recently, "the lunar moth." In addition to its beauty, the Luna Moth is interesting because, like many moths in their adult form, it doesn't eat. It doesn't even have a mouth. The sole reason for its brief existence is to mate, lay eggs, and produce more Luna Moths.
Luna Moth's short life--
it's not about beauty
but about making more.

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