Mothra is a fictional monster, or kaiju, that first appeared in the 1961 film Mothra, produced and distributed by Toho Studios. Mothra has also appeared in other Toho Films but is most often as a recurring character in the Godzilla franchise, Mothra is Giant divine moth with 2 large wings giving her the ability of flight, each individual wing is 250 Meters. She is a recuuring character in the godzilla franchise where her first debut was Godzilla, King Of The Monsters.
Mothra Appears to be a gigantic moth being 180 meters tall and waying 20,000 tonnes
. her wings are bioluminescent, they glow with a series of brilliant colors. Her wings are also much longer and narrower in proportion to the rest of her body. Her main body's hair is white and brown, and her head is stockier than most incarnations. She retains a facial resemblance to her larval form in the form of her mandibles, whilst her blue eyes are now larger and slanted, making them appear vaguely more insectoid.
In 2009, Emma Russel and her team of other Monarch scientists followed a strange signature to a temple in China. In that temple, they found Mothra's cocoon. In 2019, she hatches from her cocoon and sees all the Monarch agents. Right after, Alan Jonah and his team raid the facility, so Mothra takes cover and hides. Sometime later, when Mothra already has her wings, she helps Ichiro Serizawa and his team to find where Godzilla was healing. Even later, she comes in to help Godzilla and his fight with King Ghidorah, but is quickly attacked by King Ghidorah's reinforcement, Rodan. Rodan pins her against a building, but she turned one of his attacks into an opening for her to stab Rodan in the chest, and put him out of the fight. After Rodan gets knocked out, Mothra is tired, hurt, and dying. She runs straight into King Ghidorah's electrical beams, then she transfers her last bit of life force for Godzilla to become Burning Godzilla and kill King Ghidorah
Since Mothra didn't have too much time on screen, you can see all of her scenes linked Here
Not my video, credits to NedZiller on YouTube