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Wonderfully Disconcerting Footage of a Giant Brahmin Moth With an Intricate Tiger Eye Wing Pattern

When he was in Malaysia, wildlife photographer David Weiller captured a stunning footage of a giant Brahmin moth. The animal was peacefully sitting on a branch in Sabah, Borneo when Weiller got sight of it and captured the scene. The moth didn’t move throughout the video, but the footage turned out to be a bit disconcerting as the fierce tiger eyes on its wings created an optical illusion when you stare at it.

These fake eyes surely made it look similar to an owl or a tiger.

So, what do you think about its appearance? Let us know in the comments below!

HT: Laughing Squid

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