Are wine-cork moths real or myth?



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    Cork moths are indeed real. They are a type of moth that lay eggs in corks, and they also favor laying their eggs on moist wine casks. The caterpillars that come from the moth larvae will destroy the corks in wine bottles, and then the wine either leaks out or it is exposed to the air (not to mention the caterpillar excrement), and the wine is ruined by either fungus and bacteria that get inside it, or by mold.

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