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Why Do Moths Eat Wool?

Why Do Moths Eat Wool?,  Some people think that a small worm, or a moth, which is called a cloth-eating moth, makes holes in our clothes,

 Why Do Moths Eat Wool?

   Some people think that a small worm or a moth, which is called a cloth-eating moth, makes holes in our clothes. Some of its many types are woven sheets, rugs, curtains, or other decorative fabrics. Adults and adults do not eat anything late, but by the age of the larvae, they cause significant damage.
The females lay eggs on woolen and other different types of clothing and sew them.

Depending on the breed, the young larvae hatch within four to twenty-one days. The wrapper covers the woven wool in the form of a cover with a silky inner part.

He stays in that cover until he becomes a pupa. Eventually coming out of it as an adult.

Facts:

    At rest, the eagle-eyed kite looks like a fallen dry leaf, but smells of danger and flutters its wings.

That the sharp marks of the two eyes printed on the hind wings appear immediately. This move frightens his enemy birds.

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