Friday 24 June 2022 01:00 AM Four in ten can't identify robin and a quarter don't know a caterpillar ... trends now

Friday 24 June 2022 01:00 AM Four in ten can't identify robin and a quarter don't know a caterpillar ... trends now
Friday 24 June 2022 01:00 AM Four in ten can't identify robin and a quarter don't know a caterpillar ... trends now

Friday 24 June 2022 01:00 AM Four in ten can't identify robin and a quarter don't know a caterpillar ... trends now

Little robin who? Four in ten can't identify popular bird... and a quarter don't know a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly, survey shows More than 40% can't identify a robin while over half can’t tell moth from butterfly As many as three in four would only feel confident identifying common birds Just 58 per cent could point out a robin because of its distinctive red breast

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More than four in ten people cannot identify a robin while over half can’t tell a moth from a butterfly, a survey has found.

As many as three in four of 2,000 adults polled would only feel confident identifying common birds, like pigeons.

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