Spotted one of these? Here's why tropical swallowtail moths are back in urban Singapore
SINGAPORE – After seven years of relatively few sightings, the palm-sized tropical swallowtail moth has made a comeback in urban Singapore.
The moth’s wingspan can grow up to 16cm, and in Singapore, only the Atlas moth is bigger.
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