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That is so cool!
I would have taken the cocoon on vacation with me too. We homeschoolers must think alike.
That is a beautiful moth.

That is supercool!

WOW. That is just so amazing!
And huge. What an unbelievably ginormous creature ... I think I would have screamed in surprise. And, you know, uhm, fear. LOL

What a cool story, Eileen! Thanks for sharing it.

God Bless,
Jane

Wow, that is some moth! :)

Incredible!

Wow! There's hope for us all (as naturalists, I mean)! Though I am pretty sure our tadpoles that we had this summer (whom we got babysitters for when we went on vacation) are dead. That is really neat, Ei. Can you bring the hardy little fella next time you come to visit?! ~Theresa

Wow, fabulous photos and narrative!

We have tried to hatch polyphemus moths, but, so far, without success.

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