Helping butterflies wintering in your house

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This video from Britain says about itself:

11 July 2013

Why do butterflies flutter? Nic and Si reveal exactly what’s happening during the flight of these beautiful creatures with the help of a super slow motion camera.

Check out how butterflies are inspiring flying robots here.

And to discover more on the science behind their complex flight click here; and here.

Original and stunning high definition slow motion footage of animals and their actions. Brought to you by our very own team members; butterfly admirer Nic and camera geek Simon.

From Wildlife Extra:

Butterflies in your house this winter?

Richard Fox from Butterfly Conservation [in Britain] offers his guide to giving butterflies a sucessful and safe transition to spring.

It is only the small tortoiseshell and peacock butterfly that regularly overwinter inside houses. They come in during late summer or early autumn, when it is still…

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