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Blog 4

Today this squeaking moth emerged. It squeaks because in the wild it steals honey from bee hives and squeaks to imitate the queen bee. All the bees ignore it thinking it’s the queen bee.

The same week we found the caterpillar of a limehawkmoth on the playgroundlime1_t deathshead_t