A beautiful Oleander Hawkmoth (Daphnis nerii) spotted perched on a wall in the Hougang area, Singapore, on 7 July, 2021. I could get close to it to get these shots.

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@sohkamyung I have some baby Oleander Hawk-moth caterpillars hatched 2 days ago. They are wild in here in the UK too so i will be able to release the adults. We rescued a pupa from some fire wood years ago, it emerged into one of these. They are sooo beautiful. Even more so in real life.

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