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Saturday, 14 June 2014 02:00

Insects known as Lyssa Zampa or Laotian brown butterfly raid homes of Malaysians, and last week was interrupted soccer match at the Darul Makmur. Experts argue that though so frequent sightings of moths "unprecedented" insects appear in cities far from the first time: in the last month in neighboring Singapore reported 800 sightings of moths wingspan reaches 16 cm "Butterflies are present in cities in all seasons, but in very small amounts, so people usually do not notice them," - says biology teacher Sivasoti. Environmentalists explain that butterflies use light to navigate, so often directed to built-up areas. Huge moths are absolutely harmless. Relative hazard they may represent only for asthmatics: Lyssa Zampa wings covered with hairs, VIDEO:


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