What did moths eat before there were woolen clothes

  1. dabeaner profile image56
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    What did moths eat before there were woolen clothes

  2. Answer Man profile image60
    Answer Manposted 8 years ago

    Archeologists now realize that before moths had human sweaters and woolen jumpers to nibble, they were, in prehistoric times, much bigger, much meaner,carnivorous and blood-thirsty.

    Moths grew as big as my house, well, not my house, because I live in a flat, but you know, the average house--one with a nice porch, a garden in the back, a room in the attic to put Cousin Elma, you know, a real house.

    So anyway, moths grew so big they could move into such a house and be very comfortable. 

    But eventually, the climate of earth changed, and dinosaurs all caught an integalactic space flight and left the planet (it IS what happened to them) well the moths ran out of good, red, reptile meat, so they became wool-eaters once man came along and started to make sweaters.

    Naturally they reduced greatly in size in order to fit into closets and dresser drawers and all those tiny places we like to keep our 'edibles'.

  3. Eaglekiwi profile image81
    Eaglekiwiposted 8 years ago

    Probably sheep ( as they still do get larvae)