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Bread & Butterfly is just what Restaurant Row in Inman Park needs. Not just because it looks like Paris for the French-deprived, with its marvelous mirrored bar, black-and-white Provençal-tiled floor, and bronze stamped-metal ceilin...
The metamorphosis of caterpillars into moths or butterflies is a crazy thing. Not only do these animals acquire new body parts (Why, hello wings!), but other body parts undergo radical changes or disassemble altogether. In this study,...Show More Summary
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Jurassic butterflies disappeared a full 45 million years before the first caterpillar decided to grow up and become a beautiful butterfly—again -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
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While the monarch butterflies are making their way south to their winter habitat in Mexico, the new environmental police are busy ridding that habitat of illegal sawmills. The National Gendarmerie’s FULL STORY The post 7 illegal sawmills shut in butterfly reserve appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
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They sure have a lot of butterflies that look like leaves. Beetles, too. And the bird lady is named Ms. Dove.
A female monarch butterfly. (Photo: Kenneth Dwain Harrelson/CC BY-SA 3.0) Every winter, millions of monarch butterflies from the eastern part of North America migrate south to a forest in the middle of Mexico, where they see out theShow More Summary
A special Mexican police unit has raided seven sawmills near the monarch butterfly's mountain sanctuary in a bid to prevent illegal logging threatening the insect's winter migration, officials said Tuesday. Backed up by a helicopter,...Show More Summary
Even 30 years later, we still can't tell you what the The Venus Butterfly is.
Like free stuff? Of course you do, you’re reading the online version of our student guide. Whether it’s opera or gaming, here are more cash-saving culture hacks Chronic ditherer? Social butterfly? Lazy sod? You may be perpetually skint but student life at least allows room for spontaneity. Show More Summary
Butterfly wings have always fascinated me a little. They’re so delicate, but at the same time strong enough to carry an insect in flight. Some butterflies are also insanely beautiful with intricate patterns and designs on their wings. Show More Summary
The summer months are difficult for me, they always will be. Each day, the constant reminders of three years ago dance through my head. The beautiful moment of giving birth to my triplets is met with the tragic and painful memory of losing two of my children. Show More Summary
When it comes to dreamy emerald wedding inspiration, this forested butterfly shoot has it all! Nadine Berns Photography masterfully captured every inch of this totally surreal bridal and décor inspiration session at West Studios. WeShow More Summary
This is a shot captured by photographer Mark Cowen of a crown of butterflies (previously) perched on the head of a caiman to drink its tears and process the salt they need for survival. Or maybe its their battle mount. Mark was honored with a Special Commendation at the 2016 Royal Society Publishing photography competition for the photo. Show More Summary
On September 15th, the Royal Society announced the winners of their 2016 Publishing photography competition. Among these gorgeous photos, was one that captured the sight of multiple butterflies perched in a colorful ring atop a resting caiman, gathering salt off its brow. Photographer Mark Cowan caught this amazing shot when he was on a scientific […]