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Butterflies

S1 ART

BUTTERFLIES

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Butterfly templates

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Butterfly designs

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Drawn butterflies

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Pictures of butterflies

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AMERICAN SNOUT BUTTERFLY, BLUE MORPHO BUTTERFLY, GARDEN TIGER MOTH, GOLIATH BIRDWING BUTTERFLY, JULIA.

DIFFERENT TYPES OF BUTTERFLIES

KARNER BLUE BUTTERFLY, MILBERT'S TORTOISESHELL, MONARCH BUTTERFLY, MOURNING CLOAK BUTTERFLY, PAINTED LADY

BUTTERFLY AND LOTS MORE!

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GOLIATH BIRDWING BUTTERFLY

The Goliath Birdwing is the second-largest butterfly in the world. This brightly-colored butterfly is poisonous and has a wingspan up to 11 inches (28 cm) wide. It has black, yellow and green wings and a yellow and black body. This butterfly is found in tropical forests in Indonesia.

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Papilio ulysses

Papilio ulysses, also known as the Ulysses butterfly, the Blue Mountain Swallowtail, the Blue Emperor, and the Mountain Blue, is a spectacular Australian butterfly. The male is an iridescent blue-green with a dark background. The female is more subdued in colour. They have a wingspan of about 5.5 inches (14 cm). Both have a long "swallowtail." Males are attracted to most blue objects (mistaking them for females). There are 16 known subspecies.

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Facts ABOUT BUTTERFLIES

1. Did you know that butterflies need the warmth of the sun to enable them to fly?

Butterflies

are cold-blooded and will not fly if the temperature is below 50 degrees.

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. Fact or Fiction? You will kill a butterfly if you touch its wings?

Fiction

, you will not hurt a butterfly if you touch it, although you might rub off some of the

colour

of its wings which are actually miniature scales.

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