The Strange Poodle Moth Tauheed Ahmad November 26, 2015 Animals 1757 This fuzzy strange creature is equal parts lovable and mystifying, definitely making you question the line between reality and science fiction. Therefore, setting the internet on fire due to its bizarre resemblance to a Pokémon or demonic Furby, meet the enigmatic Venezuelan Poodle Moth. Zoologist Arthur Anker of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan first discovered in 2009, a mysterious photograph of the bizarre little guy swiftly made its rounds online. Hence due to its unique antenna and physical characteristics, the “Poodle Moth” is believed to be a new species of moth, belonging to the lepidopteran genus Artace. The bizarre, white creature with bulging, black eyes and strange, brown antennae is a seeming blend between a large moth and a fluffy white poodle, but it is a real creature and in fact rare enough that photographs only surface infrequently, and in doing so perplex the internet and puzzle the general public, a closer examination is essential before actual classification of the animal can happen. In the time being, the pictures that do emerge continue confuse the world at large, only adding to the mysterious mystery that surrounds this bizarre little moth creature. The fairy-like moth was associated to all kinds of other fuzzy moths, as well as to imaginary creatures and Pokemon characters. Source: My Modernmet Related PostsThe Spider Who Can Creates Spider Webs 25 feet in HeightMagnificent Captures of Bears Family in Snowy Surroundings. Harmless MimicsThe Mysterious Bolton Strid, UKFirst Black Tomatoes helps in Fight CancerStriking Winged Insects Made of Discarded Circuit BoardsMagical Images of Japan’s Annual Flurry of FirefliesBigelow Ranch: The Strangest Place on EarthRemarkable Splashes Generates Colorful Liquid CreaturesAdorable “Leaf Sheep” Sea Slugs Look like Green AlgaeA Mysterious 800-year-old mobile phone was left behind by ALIENS in AustriaGibraltar Strange Airport, Where Runway Intersecting a Road Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.