This stuff is so cool it's Riddikulus.
Employees at the Florida Museum of Natural History caught butterflies in nets and rescued them before Hurricane Irma slammed into Gainesville.
How well do you notice details?
So many feelings.
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"I always thought, how could this happen to someone like me?"
Behold the splendor of science!
Guess what? ~SURPRISINGLY~ we're not any of these things.
Increase your vocabulary. And your street cred.
As the UK's climate changes, animals are having to adapt to survive. Some of them are better at it than others.
Here's why falling in love feels so good.
These animals go to astounding lengths.
The western pygmy blue butterfly is the smallest butterfly in North America, and possibly the smallest in the world. Here are some photos of it on an older gentleman's nose.
And why do I blush when I'm embarrassed?
Everyone has secrets.
These demons of the night are way more terrifying than vampires (or vampire bats) will ever be.
Because not everyone can handle dog ownership.
Kids these days. Let's hope it's only temporary...
Metamorphosis? Sounds like witchcraft to me.
They may look cute to you, but to the butterfly community, these things are unholy harbingers of death and mayhem.
Orange crocodiles, green bees, and yellow lobsters -- oh my! Every now and then nature throws us for a loop by producing animals in colors we don't quite expect. If you missed it, catch the first installment here.
If all moths looked like this would people finally like them more than butterflies? We certainly think so.
So that's where they come from. Gross or magical? You decide.
Butterflies are beautiful insects that deserve some recognition! Prepare yourself for the gorgeous butterflies caught on film.
Some context: right before this video started, a dragonfly attacked a passing butterfly and the two tumbled into the creek.
I would be scared too if a terrible bloodthirsty flying monster landed on my head.