Butterflies are like the peacocks of the insect world -- they dazzle with their brightly colored wings and flit delicately among blooming flowers. Yet how do these seemingly dainty bugs survive against the harsh outdoor elements?
The caterpillar phase happens during which developmental stage?
What event usually precedes a butterfly's death?
What body part does a butterfly use to taste?
What are butterfly wings made of?
Which element is the most dangerous for butterflies?
During the daytime, why do butterflies bask with their wings open?
to scare away predators
to camouflage themselves
to soak in the heat
What is a staple for butterflies?
What famous migration route do monarch butterflies follow?
United States to Mexico
Canada to the United States
Mexico to Morocco
Why do butterflies eat so much?
to stay warm
to gain energy for flight
Which of the following would not make a helpful addition to a butterfly garden?