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Butterflies are God’s way of creating beautiful creatures like others in this world. They are flying insects with extremely beautiful artistic and scaly wings. Like all other insects, butterflies too have six jointed legs, three parts of body- head, the thorax (chest) and abdomen with attached tail in the end, a pair of antennae, exoskeleton and pair of compound eyes. The body of the butterfly is covered with small sensory hair. The four wings and six legs are connected to the thorax, that is, the chest. The thorax however contains muscles that enable the legs and the wings to move back and forth.
The wings of a butterfly are colorful, and covered with iridescent scales that overlap each other. Butterflies are able to fly only if their body temperature is above 86 degrees. They can keep themselves warm during winter and the color of their wings change as they age old. The lifecycle of a butterfly consist of four stages: Egg, Larva, Pupa and the Adult. Butterflies consume leaves as their food. As pretty as they sound their fastest flying rate is 30 mph and slowest would be 5 mph.
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Well, to speak of these ‘terrible lizards’, as Sir Richard Owen rightly called these animals, I really need to go back to the prehistoric times, most particularly the ‘Mesozoic Era’. It was during this period that these huge reptiles roamed on the surface of the Earth, with great freedom. Let me enlighten you with another interesting fact, that is, when the dinosaurs roamed this planet, there was only one single continent- a single landmass known as Pangaea.
The largest dinosaurs were perhaps 50 feet tall, and the tiniest ones were just as the size of a hen. The dinosaurs were categorized in various types, on the basis of what they ate to fill their tummy. Basically there were the meat eating ones, called the carnivorous and the grass or leaf eating ones, who we call the herbivorous. An astounding fact is that most of the grass eating dinosaurs were huge in size, larger than their carnivorous brothers and sisters. While some used two legs to walk, others used all fours to walk.
However, these reptiles became extinct almost 65 million years back. What scientists believe will surprise you. They say that they evolved into other forms like birds, lizards, chameleons, crocodiles and many more, that we see today.
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Download collection of 14 zoo coloring pages for kids, home worksheets for preschool boys and girls.
Let me throw some light on what a zoo actually is. Well, in simple terms I must say that a zoo is but a short name for zoological park. You can also refer to it as an animal park. Yes, you heard that right…..an animal park!
Now, you must be wondering what an animal park looks like. To start with the description, it needs to be mentioned that an animal park, also known as zoological garden derives the original name from zoology. Zoology is further derived from Greek terms zoon that means animal and logos that refers to study. Thus zoology is the study of animals.
In a zoo, you can get to see varieties of animals. Some of the animals include lions, tigers, monkeys, elephants, chimpanzees, baboons, zebras, giraffes, panthers, wild cats, hyenas, cheetahs, leopards and so many others. You can also come across different types of snakes as well as various kinds of birds, which are not seen quite often. The zoos preserve these animals and even are homes of thousands of endangered species of animals and birds.