Our pet moth (Noctua pronuba) drinking honey water and learning to fly. We found her as a caterpillar and since my children didn't know what it was I decided to keep her and show them what she will turn into. Now we're waiting for the nights becoming a little less cold to set her free. I filmed and edited the video with my Samsung Galaxy s7 Edge.
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My son brought this green caterpillar home from school. I let him keep it as a learning experience for both of us. We have been feeding it cabbage, dandelions, grasses, and various greens... but his favorite thing to eat is lettuce! I added sound effects for fun
MUTUALISM - The intricate story of the exclusive relationship between the fig tree and the fig wasp, which has existed for millions of years.