The atlas moth (Attacus atlas) is one of the Goliaths of the insect world, the atlas moth is a gentle giant – but behind every oversized moth is a very hungry caterpillar. The caterpillars of the species reach up to 4.75 inches long, spending every spare second eating. The atlas moth is among the biggest insects on the planet, with a wingspan stretching up to 10.75 inches across.
See how they have evolved an "invisibility cloak" of noise-canceling scales, preventing bats from knowing their position.
Description: 15x12" framed glass. 1 insect with wings spread in a wood textured, matted frame.