Peppered Moth Animal Pictures

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The Peppered moth has tiny black spots on its wings, hence, the name Peppered Moth.

The Peppered moth has tiny black spots on its wings, hence, the name Peppered Moth.
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The Peppered moth has tiny black spots on its wings, hence, the name Peppered Moth.

A Melanic Peppered Moth sitting on a leaf. Dark colored Peppered Moths increased over time, a result of industrial melanism.

A Melanic Peppered Moth sitting on a leaf. Dark colored Peppered Moths increased over time, a result of industrial melanism.
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A Melanic Peppered Moth sitting on a leaf. Dark colored Peppered Moths increased over time, a result of industrial melanism.

The habitat of the Peppered Moth usually consists of tree bark which makes their camouflage perfect for protection.

The habitat of the Peppered Moth usually consists of tree bark which makes their camouflage perfect for protection.
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The habitat of the Peppered Moth usually consists of tree bark which makes their camouflage perfect for protection.

The Peppered Moth has a broad, long, and slender body that resembles a twig-like caterpillar.

The Peppered Moth has a broad, long, and slender body that resembles a twig-like caterpillar.
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The Peppered Moth has a broad, long, and slender body that resembles a twig-like caterpillar.

The caterpillar of the peppered moth feed on the leaves of birch, willow, and oak trees.

The caterpillar of the peppered moth feed on the leaves of birch, willow, and oak trees.
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The caterpillar of the peppered moth feed on the leaves of birch, willow, and oak trees.