The white witch moth, Thysania agrippina, is a contender for the largest insect in the world. It has a wingspin of 12 inches, which is really big, even if they do say so themselves.
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The Proceedings of the Ever so Strange is a collection of anecdotes from a particularly reprehensible medley of erstwhile academics, adventurers, raconteurs and bon vivants.
The University was founded by Sir Pilkington-Smythe author of The Ever so Strange Animal Almanac and the subsequent tomes A Beastly Menagerie (US) and The Weird Animal Almanac (elsewhere).
They scour some of the less salubrious corners of the planet; from the deepest darkest jungles to the oddest of odditoriums, to bring you a cacophany of curiousities.
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