The two wings of a butterfly are like an artist’s canvas. It is as if nature has filled the canvas with colors like its own mind. But in the language of science, nature does not do anything irrational in its own whims. There are so many colors, so many intricate drawings on the wings of butterflies through which the butterfly defends itself, helps other butterflies, and attracts butterflies of the opposite sex.
Harold Feinstein, an American photographer, has published captivating pictures of colorful butterflies in his new book One Hundred Butterflies. Let’s see some of them.
The wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. In addition, the wings of many butterflies are transparent, but they do not seem to be as transparent as there is a layer of fiber on top. However, everything can be seen through the wings of this butterfly in the rain forest of South America, just like everything can be seen through the glass. The hunters do not understand that there was any prey in front.
Bright red spots can be seen on the wings of this butterfly. If the invading predator accidentally eats this red wing, the venom will turn completely blue. That’s why clever hunters avoid such red signals. Appsmatism is a science that uses signaling techniques to protect itself. The funny thing is that even non-venomous ordinary butterflies give color signals to the wings to protect themselves, the attacker thinks they are poisonous and no longer attacks.
Seeing this glowing moth, it seems as if the new sun of the day is shining all around. Its home is far away in Madagascar.
Anyone who sees this blue butterfly will feel better. But it is dangerous to attack. He can create a flash of light fluttering his wings, so that the attacker is forced to panic. They are found in tropical regions. Another interesting feature of them is that they do not drink flower honey. Drink ripe fruit juice! Ripe mango, kiwi and litchi juices are on their list of favorites.
The butterfly above seemed to be teaching numbers. The two wings on the back have a pattern similar to the English. All in all, English is like that number. So the name of this South American butterfly is also eight.
In the winter morning, dry leaves fall on the way to the forest. There may be a whole butterfly hidden in this leaf. The hunter can’t find him either. This butterfly has a blue tinge on its body again. As soon as the hunter signals to come, he wraps himself in his blue color and gets lost in the falling leaves. When the danger is over again, the wings match and its bluish yellow color shows.
When you see the butterfly next to you, you may think that he is threatening — I will see you. Foolish hunters therefore run away thinking it is a ferocious beast with big eyes.
During the breeding season, the male leopard lacewings butterfly has an orange exterior design on its wings. In this way he wants to attract female members. For this reason, although the male members are very attractive to look at, the female members are quite simple.
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