Vampire Moths Discovered | National Geographic



Bloodsucking moths have been found in Siberia—evidence of evolution at work, scientists say.
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  1. @x900lbGorillax How lovely. Really,moths are beautiful creature and are a part of nature. Nature itself is pure beauty. Why hurt and attack something that is part of the earth on which you live? I understand not liking something but that does not mean you need to harm it every time you see one.

    ~Blessed be

  2. I don`t see any soviet russia jokes, something about moths sucking You or whatever))

    Seriously, Russia never stops to amaze me, they always have some weird and even scary or creepy shit going on. Like bloodsucking moths or cave in in the meedle of a street under a young mother with a baby, and then that baby fell into the sewers and was later discovered dead in the collector… or many other thing, both funny and scary and even depressing… but always weird.

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