A few revelations about moths and butterflies

Word Count: 539

Family tree busts theories about their age – and why moths grew ears. This interesting article would be suited to students in years 5, 7, and 10 studying Biological Sciences. It would be particularly suited to those with an interest in adaptations and evolution.

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A few revelations about moths and butterflies | Cosmos

A few revelations about moths and butterflies | Cosmos

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Years: 5, 7, 10

Topics:

Biological Sciences – Genetics, Living Things

Additional: Careers, Technology.

Concepts (South Australia):

Biological Sciences – Diversity and Evolution, Form and Function