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DK Pub., 2008 - Nature - 280 pages
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Butterfly is a celebration of the dazzling variety of colors, patterns, habitats, and behavior of the world's butterflies and moths, with breathtaking photographs by Thomas Marent. More than 500 intimate images lift the veil on a fascinating-and often hidden-world, visually documenting the miraculous transformation of a crawling caterpillar into a colorful and graceful winged creature -Cover.

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Unlike most insects' transformations, which are largely hidden from view, those of butterflies can take place before our eyes if we know what to look for, where, and when. Photographer Marent ... Read full review

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This book has the most beautiful pictures. You can see the scales of each butterflies' wings. It's delightful! My only gripe is seeing butterfly pictures get cut off by the pages' middle. Read full review

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