Moth Catcher

This piece is a mashing of different species of animal and plant. With the body and head of a bird, the beak shaped like lily leaves, the tongue of a chameleon and the coloring of a baboon. I'm interested in evolution and the changing of species, yet also the interconnectedness in specific different paths of evolving. Many different species of plant and animal somehow find the same tactics of adaptation useful to their survival.

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