The Artful Dodger (or Butterfly)

Spring is here, for most parts of the country anyway, and if you’ve not yet seen an abundance of butterflies, you soon will. These magnificent creatures are on the hunt for food to sustain them through their long flight, but the reason they dodge and swerve and loopdy-loo so much may surprise you. It’s actually a defense mechanism to guard against being eaten by birds. So if you spot a dizzy Robin some sunny afternoon, you may want to look around for a (live) Monarch.


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