Wednesday, 8 May 2013

The Glasswing Butterfly

Now that the Blobfish has gone and deleted my previous post on Glasswing Butterflies (boo to Blobfishes!) I shall have to reorganize my argument all over again. Anyway, the Blobfish was probably just jealous of how amazing the Glasswing Butterfly is. And here are the arguments for it:
The Glasswing Butterfly only inhabits areas in Panama. It's barely visible, the ultimate camouflage by Mother Nature. Invisible. I hope I can see one of them one day. By now, I'll expect you will have searched it up on Google, and seen them on the internet. At least, I hope you have.
You better have, because I am NOT going on a wild goose chase through Creative Commons to find a picture of a Glasswing Butterfly.
Anyway, back to arguing with a pixellated screen.
They are totally amazing. Yes, delicate, yes, pretty, yes, cliched, but still pretty amazing. They are a daily reminder for me of the wonders Nature can achieve and thus our responsibility to protect those wonders.

The Glasswing Butterfly

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Nice to know you're showing interest in what we're doing. The Glasswing Butterfly and the Blobfish urge you to be nice while commenting and will hunt you down and find you if you aren't. You don't want to see a near-invisible butterfly and a gloppy slimy blob outside your front door. Trust me.