It’s absolutely amazing what animals we can find in front of our door – actually in the hall of our condo. Today it was one of the largest moths – Lyssa Zampa also known as Tropical Swallowtail Moth. The beauty was attracted by the light inside and lost its way – we started a rescue op which was successful! We saved the giant moth and sat her down at our balcony. There it was so kind and let us shoot some photos before it disappeared in the night.
May 31, 2014
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