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If we do as well as Cliff and The Shadows have done up to now, well I mean, we won’t be moaning.
George Harrison, Evening News, BBC Radio, 1963/10/16
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Moth cocoons make great percussion instruments. Historically, Californian Indians used the cocoons of hyalophora euryalus to make hand rattles and Mexican Indians still use the cocoons of rothschildia cincta to make ankle rattles — as certain tribes of southern Africa also do with the cocoons of gonometa and argema mimosae.