What Do Moths Eat and Drink?

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Moths do not eat food like other insects. They will drink nectar and sap, but will also drink from water, gathering whatever nutrients are there from things dissolved in it. They like rotting fruit, also. They also need sodium in their diet which attracts them to salt.
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Moths are insect closely related to butterflies.Despite being framed for eating clothing, most moth adults do not eat at all. When they do, moths eat and drink nectar. Only one species of moth eat wool
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