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Sat 11 Jun 2005
Neil Humphreys writes about Lyssa zampa
Category : nature
"Like a moth to a flat." By Neil Humphreys. Today, 11 Jun 2005.
"I grabbed my camera, which happened to be in my hand (I had planned to whack him with it) and snapped the giant moth. The flash made the winged wonder snap. And he flew towards me.
"He"s coming right us!" I croaked. "Run for the Bukit Timah hills, save yourself!" Batman landed on my boxer shorts, which made me panic. Moths are famous fabric nibblers. What if he eats his way through the boxer shorts and spots another furry caterpillar? He might think it"s a long-lost relative.
Well, I had no time for an insect family reunion in my nether regions. Standing by an open window, I shook my boxer shorts furiously to get rid of him, an action that I suspect gave the wrong impression to my neighbours."