Venezuelan poodle moth | New type of species found | But you can't pet

Venezuelan poodle moth, new type of moth, 2009, Arthur Anker,
Venezuelan poodle moth

A newly discovered species Venezuelan poodle moth was captured by Dr. Arthur Anker of Bishkek Kyrgyzstan in 2009 in Venezuela.

The white-colored 2 horn and 4 legs cute and soft looking Venezuelan poodle moth belongs to the class Insecta.

The confusing Furby creature also knows to be a new Pokémon character, but remember you cannot have them as a pet, as like other moths, Venezuelan poodle moth eats nectar from a flower and other various fluids, Venezuelan poodle moth is fully covered with its hair to maintain its body temperature.

The moth belongs to a family called Arctiidae, says Alan Boyle at NBC News.

There are more than 11,000 different moths in the Arctiidae family one of it is Venezuelan poodle moth.

This type of moth usually can be found in the Gran Sabana region of Venezuela.

Live video of Venezuelan poodle moth has been uploaded on YouTube by Shiv Shishya channel click here to watch the video.

  • Name: Venezuelan poodle moth
  • Life Span: 2 - 4 months
  • Family: Arctiidae
  • Type: Moth
  • Discovered in: 2009
  • Region: Venezuela

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