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Hummingbird hawk-moths are diurnal moths that use their elongated proboscis to feed on flower nectar. They both look and behave very similar to hummingbirds and are a brilliant example of convergent evolution.
I saw this animal, but I did not know what it is called :-)
Lat: 47.05, Long: 4.38
Spotted on Aug 22, 2011 Submitted on Aug 29, 2011