Is it a butterfly? Is it a snake? Is it a piece of tamarind? Is it all three?
A spectacular snake-shaped butterfly spotted in Karwar, on Monday.
Photograph: Karnataka Photo News
Tags: Churumuri, Karnataka Photo News, Karwar, KPN, Sans Serif
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That’s cool, however I wonder how it’s snake likeness helps it fend off predators. I don’t really think it’s too good… maybe after another million years of evolution.
A thing of beauty is joy forever…a good relief from greedy homo sapiens…
from the headline, i thought you guys were talking about wife beater darshan….
It’s a moth. ATLAS MOTH (Attacus atlas). One of the largest lepidoterans (in terms of wing span).
Is it a Moth…Is it a buttterfly…Is it a two headed snake?
nice macro shot…
its not a butterfly. its a moth.
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