Butterflies: Monarchs, Moths and More--up Close and Unexpectedby Joni Phelps Hunt, Stanley Breeden (Photographer), Vicki Leon (Editor)
Butterflies and moths grace nearly all the earth and have done so for millions of years. They're masters of disguise and shameless copycats, simply to survive. Some travel thousands of miles in mass migrations. Others spend their life cycles on an acre or two. Lest you think they get by on looks alone, be assured they earn their place in the natural world as pollinators.
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