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Ringed Moon Shadowmoth

this species of moth was native to the planet Coruscant. It was noted for its incredibly beautiful wingsong, a form of music created when the moth beat its wings in the night skies. Shadowmoths were nocturnal, so beings who wanted to hear their song had to wait up for it. What was unusual about the shadowmoth was its silicate-based cocoon. This cocoon was incredibly tough, and was seemingly too strong for the larval shadowmoth to break through. However, each infant moth was equipped with a speciallized beak with which to crack the cocoon. In the struggle to break free, the shadowmoth's own body was strengthened, so that it could survive once it had evolved into a moth. Many beings felt that the cocoon was too strong, and often assisted the shadowmoth in getting free. While the intentions of these individuals were good, the shadowmoth was not forced to break free on its own, an activity which strengthened its wings and developed a stronger body. Because they could not fly, these shadowmoths often died because it was unable to survive.
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