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For the plant world, butterflies pollinate or carry pollen from plant to plant, helping fruits, vegetables, and flowers to produce new seeds.
From the animal point of view, butterflies are near the bottom of the food chain and provide food (especially in their caterpillar stage) for birds, mammals, and other insects.
It is thought that the word butterfly may have originated in England when people started calling the yellow Brimstone or the English sulfur a "butter-colored fly" because the pretty insect reminded them of the color of butter.
One of the most interesting things about butterflies is their unique life cycle.
When a butterfly changes from a slow-moving, fat caterpillar to a colorfully winged, beautiful flying insect, one of nature's most magical events occurs.
Most people think that butterflies simply make the world a prettier place.
However, like other life forms in the world, they have a place and serve a purpose.
Butterflies display every color of the rainbow in their wings, and no two butterflies are exactly alike.
This coloring serves many purposes: from attracting a mate, to blending in with its surroundings, to warning its enemies that it is poisonous and should be avoided.
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Pupa: An insect in the nonfeeding stage during which the larva develops into the adult.
Butterflies are found nearly everywhere in the world except Antarctica.