Born to be a Butterfly (DK Readers Level 1)

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It then hangs downward with a very large abdomen and with the wings more or less crumpled up, but decidedly larger than when they were confined within the chrysalis. In most species, the female is larger than the male, and females usually live longer too. We don't get to choose the weather, but we're having an impact on it. Many of the unique, handcrafted butterfly items display Real Butterflies for best visibility of their striking natural colors and shapes. Got a question about your small animal pet?

Pages: 32

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd (July 27, 2000)

ISBN: 0751328278

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