butterflies

All Noun
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  • The three butterflies make up half of the whole world's total collection.
  • They are often one of the first butterflies seen in the spring.
  • During his time in various remote places he studied the local birds and butterflies.
  • Some people only like to look at the butterflies, while others like to take pictures as well.
  • Some butterflies' wings may take up to three hours to dry while others take about one hour.
  • The butterflies were also able to change from one mode to another rapidly.
  • There are various species of birds and butterflies and some species of wild animals in the area.
  • Attracted by water and flowers, wild native birds and butterflies frequently visit here.
  • Like many tropical butterflies they show different wet and dry season forms.
  • Educational programs for children include plant-animal relations, butterflies, and human uses of native plant materials.
  • Like any other butterflies, it goes through a certain life cycle.
  • Butterflies in their adult stage can live from a week to nearly a year depending on the species.
  • States also have separate state birds, and sometimes state fish or state butterflies or state reptiles.
  • It forms part of the full list of butterflies of India.
  • This forms part of the full list of butterflies of India.
  • Here he made a study of the Irish butterflies, being especially interested in the local sub-species.
  • The best time to view the butterflies is from May to August.
  • There is also a nature trail which features plants, birds and butterflies.
  • There are varieties of butterflies, including some rare species found in this region.
  • Beginning in the late 1990s the population of butterflies at the park began to decline.
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Root form of butterflies is butterfly for both verb and noun.

Meaning of butterflies

  • noun Diurnal insect typically having a slender body with knobbed antennae and broad colorful wings
  • noun A swimming stroke in which the arms are thrown forward together out of the water while the feet kick up and down
  • verb Flutter like a butterfly
  • verb Cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking
    butterflied shrimp