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Anybody knows what is it?

 
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Do you know what kind of moth or butterfly is it? (see the video)
 
 
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Could it be a hummingbird moth? I've been noticing more of them in my area lately.

Here are some search results photos: Hummingbird Moth Images

edited: I see you're in Russia. Maybe research: Hummingbird Hawk Moth
 
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Due to slow internet, I can't watch your video so I am going with the Hummingbird Moth like Stacie suggested.

The second is a beautiful Hummingbird Spinx Moth and the third is the Spinx larvae which is the Tomato Hornworm



https://permies.com/t/59499/Good-Caterpiller-butterfly-caterpillar

https://permies.com/t/147347/Tomatoes-horned-worms

This beautiful moth is one reason I hate to kill the horned worms.  Unfortunately, I usually don't have a host plant to transfer them to so I pick the off and drop them in a pail of water.
 
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Yep. Hummingbird moth. Love em.
 
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