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Moth Mimics Spider

Moth Mimics Spider

A tiny moth discovered in Thailand has an unusual way of frightening off much larger predators. The fascinating bug mimics the look of a spider by using intricate markings on its wings. The Lygodium Spider Moth, as it is known, is a dramatic example of how one species can evolve camouflage to appear as another species. Researchers believe the moth's creepy eight-legged pattern can even fool an approaching spider. More at Mail Online.

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