Yes, perhaps even more trivial than your average trivia. Thanks to Live Science I know seven things about moths that I didn't know before. At least not in as much depth. The one I found most intriguing for its sheer scientific triviality was this one:
A male moth can smell a female more than 7 miles away.When I shared this with my wife she was quite underwhelmed. "Yeah. So?"
Though they lack noses, moths are expert sniffers. They detect odor molecules using their antennae instead of through nostrils. Male giant silkworm moths have elaborate, feather-shaped antennae with hairlike scent receptors that allow them to detect a single molecule of a female moth's sex hormone from 7 miles (11 kilometers) away.
Well I thought it amazingly intriguing.