The pink and olive-green Elephant Hawk-moth is named after the caterpillar’s resemblance to an elephant’s trunk. #MothsMatter
The adults are nocturnal, flying from dusk in May to early August. Elephant Hawk-moths feed from honeysuckle and other tubular flowers on the wing. Caterpillars can be found on Rosebay Willowherb and fuchsias.
Elephant Hawk-moth by Shane Farrell
#whiterhino (a) vs #blackrhino (b)
a) it has a wide mouth (b) it has a hooked lip
a) social animal (b) solitary animal
a) nearly threatened (b) critically endangered
Add if you know any other difference between this two different beasts.