Moths sleep during the day and are active at night.

If you've ever seen a moth bumping its head repeatedly into a light source at night, you should probably know that humans are mostly to blame for mothly confusion.

Moths developed evolutionally to navigate where they are going by the light of the moon. This was possible until pretty recently when humans decided to put electric lights everywhere. It sees a bright shiny thing, assumes it's the moon, and goes for it.

What else is a moth to do?