Every spring in Australia, millions of bogong moths emerge from their pupae and embark on a 600-mile trip to the Australian Alps, the highest mountain range in Australia. For weeks, the insects rest during the day and take to the skies at night to reach the Alps, where they cram…
Source: Gizmodo: Bogong Moths Are First Insect Known to Use Earth’s Magnetism to Navigate at Night

   
   
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