Wow, check out this amazing creature called Venezuelan Poodle Moth.
“Thousands of new insects are discovered every year in the South American rain forests, so it would be by no means unusual if Art’s Venezuelan poodle moth proved to be one, too.”
This fluffy fuzzy white creature with black eyes and brown antennas confuses science.
The Venezuelan poodle moth was first captured on film by Dr. Arthur Anker of Bishkek, Krgyzstan, who posted all 75 photographs of his time at the Gran Sabana National Park.
“These photographs formed just one set of numerous spectacular images that Art has taken while visiting tropical rainforests and other exotic locations worldwide, and which he has placed in photosets on the Flickr website,” he wrote on his blog ShukerNature.
Note: Photo source http://bit.ly/PuiCRn