Wax Worm Moths

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Life Cycle

The life cycle of a moth is egg, wax worm, pupa, and moth. It can be dangerous for the wax worm because its predators might eat it.

Protection

Moths use camouflage. Moths use their wings to blend in to stuff.

Food

As a baby it eats honey and sweets. The wax worms are born in bee hives so they have stuff to eat.

Body

Moths have a head, thorax, and abdomen. The head holds the antenna and the eyes. The thorax holds the legs. The abdomen holds the guts.

Babies

Wax worms are born in bee hives so they have food to eat.