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Hummingbird Hawk-Moth

             Macroglossum stellatarum popularly known as hummingbird hawk-moth is a species of moth found in warmer locations. It feeds on flowers with its proboscis and makes a humming noise thus got its name. Their resemblance to the hummingbird is an example of the convergent form of evolution


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Snake Caterpillar 

             This is a larva of a moth of the family Sphingidae scientifically called Hemeroplanes triptolemus. This larva is the best mimicry artist that Mother Nature can have. It mimics snakes and has similar patches like a snake. It can also attack like the snake if threatened


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Orchid Mantis

            This species of mantis surely looks like a walking orchid flower. One can easily mistake it for a beautiful pink orchid flower but it's a flower mantis that mimics beautiful pink orchids to catch its prey. It is found wildly in Indonesia and is called Hymenopus coronatus.



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Crafty Caterpillar 

                                This caterpillar is so erafty that it decorates itself with colourful flower petals. once the petals dry off it again puts out new petals using silk to protect itself from predators. It is a larva of moth commonly called wavy-lined emerald moth or camouflaged looper (Synchlora aerata).


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