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Vampire Moths Discovered | National Geographic

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Published on Sep 22, 2011

Bloodsucking moths have been found in Siberia — evidence of evolution at work, scientists say.
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Comments • 221

MrDuncanBelfast
[Vampiric Moth Noises]
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Sonny Smithers
SHOW ME A MOTH THAT SUCKS MY COCK AND THEN I'LL BE INTERESTED
Tony Zhang
or or hear me out, we just kill all of them
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Jori Corulli
Hmm glad things like blood borne illnesses that can be passed by parasitic insects aren't a thing or they might want to be worried haha-OH WAIT
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pommep0mme
they're adorable
Jasper Panda
Succ
Alex Fang
🙀
Seven Devils
Meanwhile in Russia
nailo1
"other species of Calyptra are known to suck tears from the eyelids of cattles." these are the assholes of the family
Joseph Kim
Kill the bastards. D:
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