Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True.. history of a butterfly

These photos, of developing Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus), come from reader Marilee Lovit, whose notes are indented: Monarch butterfly chrysalis yesterday [August 22]. The second one is not quite as far along. Another Monarch butterfly photo. This chrysalis is so gorgeous that I wanted to add it to the Monarch photos I sent over the […]

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1 thought on “Readers’ wildlife photos — Why Evolution Is True.. history of a butterfly

  1. Wonderful share my friend.. Last summer my then 7 yr granddaughter found a tiny little caterpillar, I sent her home with it in a jar.. Her mum found her a larger glass jar, put a fine mess over with eating materials, and together with photos they watched it grow fatter and fatter until it pupated and turned into a beautiful Moth.. Where my granddaughter released it to the wild again..
    Its a wonderful transformation process ..

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