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March 1 to April 30, the tropical conservatory will be filled with 50 species of butterflies and moths from around the world.
The buckskin that will clothe him in the future must be protected from moths with the stink-glands of a skunk.
The first step in stopping a moth infestation is getting out the trash bags.
The bovine escaped her pen at a farm in Warsaw, Poland, three moths ago and has been running free with wild bison in the area ever since.
In its homeland, the flowers are pollinated by local bees and moths.
Thomas Yatsko, who turned 21 years old less than two moths ago, graduated from Brush High School and had worked at Dunkin' Donuts both during and after high school.
His task is to sniff out moths or bugs who can damage textiles, wood or other organic materials.
The team soon discovered that the scales belonged to long extinct relatives of modern butterflies and moths.
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First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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