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The long-toothed dart moth has only been photographed in museums and collections as a preserved specimen until now.
MLB ump at Yankees-White Sox game gets bugged by a moth.
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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is the George H. W. Bush appointee who hasn't asked one single question in court since 2006. That's 10 years the man has just sat there -- mute, mum, silencio, clammed up, hushed, voiceless, unheard and zipped up.
The absolute beauty of Mother Nature is undeniable. Her majesty and scope are breathtaking, but she has a gnarly underbelly. This thorny realm is intertwined with and feeds the beauty that we see.
"I had written there for two years and I was burnt out and I didn't want to do it anymore," he said. The head writer for
Even though I didn't know Robin Williams, I'm affected by his suicide. It feels like we all are. We all feel so goddamn sad. And so I say this: If in your life you feel down or lost or in pain... I beg you to call someone.
Eventually, when the caterpillar prepares to pupate and metamorphose into a moth, it rolls itself into a new type of protective
The other possibility is that their ears help females hear the mating calls of males. Follow Tia Ghose on Twitter @tiaghose
Though we're sure they have their reasons for existing, we consider moths to be the 'black sheep' cousin of butterflies. They
When my friend and I met up to go to Occupy Wall Street, I wore my long flowing pin stripe skirt, a black-and-white vintage blouse, and a nude pair of shiny ballet flats. After the police brutality at the start, dressing chic seemed both a fun and safe thing to do.
At the recent Moth Ball this week the fabulous men-about-town Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan were on hand to present a scholarship and speak with me about the holidays, the recession, and more.
Each performer had ten minutes to tell a story. Not a rant, not a stand up routine, and, for heaven's sake, not a reading (no notes allowed).
The MOTH was founded in 1997 by novelist George Dawes Green, who sought to recreate the experience of storytelling on a porch in Georgia, while moths flew into the light bulb.