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Megapixels: A moth drinks tears from a bird’s eye

This isn’t creepy animal behavior at all
Moth perches on sleeping grey and white bird and sticks its tongue in the bird's eye.

This moth is enjoying a nice little night cap.

Leandro João Carneiro de Lima Moraes

It was close to midnight in the Brazilian rainforest when biologist Leandro João

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