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Was at super marker with my mum. It was raining. Walked out the door before her, only to stop and see this guy on a pole, hiding from the rain. My heart sank. I thought immediately he must be sick and dying, moths and butterflies don’t live long. My mum called for me to come on, but I couldn’t just walk away from him. She went and got the car, I quickly scooped up the moth as gently as I could, covered it with my hands (this is when it sucks to have tiny hands), trying not to rub off any of his powder/dust. When my mother pulled up I ran into the car. He stayed in my hands, shaking/shivering. I started crying because I really thought he was dying. When we got home, I stayed in the car with him, wanting to wait until the rain stopped. I waited for a good while and the moth was still shivering and I needed to go inside. So I got out of the car and carried him to a bush, only to see him fly off to a nearby tree. When I got inside, I found out, moths shiver/shake much like humans do to raise body temperature, so that, unlike humans, they can fly.
I cried for no reason over a moth. But, it’s cool. I got to hold the furry little fella.

Was at super marker with my mum. It was raining. Walked out the door before her, only to stop and see this guy on a pole, hiding from the rain. My heart sank. I thought immediately he must be sick and dying, moths and butterflies don’t live long. My mum called for me to come on, but I couldn’t just walk away from him. She went and got the car, I quickly scooped up the moth as gently as I could, covered it with my hands (this is when it sucks to have tiny hands), trying not to rub off any of his powder/dust. When my mother pulled up I ran into the car. He stayed in my hands, shaking/shivering. I started crying because I really thought he was dying. When we got home, I stayed in the car with him, wanting to wait until the rain stopped. I waited for a good while and the moth was still shivering and I needed to go inside. So I got out of the car and carried him to a bush, only to see him fly off to a nearby tree. When I got inside, I found out, moths shiver/shake much like humans do to raise body temperature, so that, unlike humans, they can fly.

I cried for no reason over a moth. But, it’s cool. I got to hold the furry little fella.

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    Aww. That is sweet, though.
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