If you like butterflies, then you're gonna like this documentary.
Professionally presented through the "Eyewitness" Nature Network - This particular documentary, showcasing butterflies and moths, is a very slick and quick-paced production that proves to be not only quite educational, but visually impressive, as well.
From the teeniest in size (no bigger than a thumbnail), to having the remarkable wingspan measurements of a dinner-plate, butterflies and moths make up the largest group of Earth's insects. Their lifecycle is a fascinating, 4-stage process (egg, caterpillar, pupa, adult) that is a real marvel to behold. (Watch video)
All-in-all - This colourful nature-documentary is clearly well-worth a view for anyone interested in learning more about the amazing world of insects. Believe me, you'll be truly awestruck by the sheer beauty of many of these exquisitely delicate critters.
I do adore me some moths and butterflies. A fun learning experience!
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