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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

MSNBC: Bizarre moth sparks mystery

It is also making its rounds on the Internet and hence giving a lot of people online a good scare. I certainly didn't want to miss out on the opportunity to add on to that fear by withholding the photo of this creature, so here it is.

Just because its appearance is different then what we are used to and/or would expect, is by no means any cause for mass hysteria. If looks were a determining factor for alarm, then a lot of people would never dare to set foot outside their front door.

It doesn't hurt to be cautious though, because we don't really know yet whether this moth is capable of inflicting any bodily harm, or worse, to either humans, or animals. Every now and then nature throws us a curve ball and something with a weird or beautiful appearance can turn out to be extremely dangerous.

I personally think it is a cute looking critter and I can totally see and understand why they named it the Venezuelan poodle moth, although it seems to bear a lot of resemblance to a Gremlin as well, if you ask me. I would suggest we better be safe then sorry and keep it away from water.

We sure wouldn't want this moth to end up with a bad hair day!



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