Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Bloomberg: Moths Blanket Sydney Skyscrapers as Winds Blow Bugs Off Course

Swarms of moths are invading Sydney's business district, cloaking skyscrapers and infesting hotels as they succumb to the bright lights of Australia's biggest city.
I couldn't resist posting the last quote from this story released by Bloomberg today about Sydney's Bogong moth problem:

While some Bogong connoisseurs prepare omelets, Robinson said he prefers to pluck them off walls, remove the furry wings and eat them raw.

``They have a nut-like taste, but mostly they just taste like moth,'' he said.

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