moths MOTHS


Habit: Wherever there are plants, there are moths, but they also utilize a range of other foodstuffs, including fungi and animal litter, in birds, mammal, insect nests, and even dung. Stored products, such as dried fruit and flour, can support a few species.

Diet: Moths eat such things as wool, fur, and other animal products. It is their ability to digest keratin, a protein found in these foods.

Reproduction: Moths can produce as many as 10 broods per year.

Other: There are quite a few different types of moths, varying in sizes and colors.
Moth Life Cycle

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