Friday, January 05, 2007

"Moths Drink the Tears of Sleeping Birds"

This arrives via newly minted Dizzyhead Ben:

The Madagascan moths were observed on the necks of sleeping magpie robins and Newtonia birds, with the tip of their proboscises inserted under the bird’s eyelid, drinking avidly....—New Scientist


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