A micro-vacation, Part V: A lepidopteran interlude

There is one last exhibit to enjoy before we leave. This museum features a pocket jungle. It is warm, steamy, and loud with the noise of fans, a waterfall, and the delighted squeals of children–and the human female. The air is alive with butterflies of every hue.

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This one of the kind called "Rice Paper." It is extra-large and flappy.

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I think it looks as if someone forgot to color it in.

It’s hard to tell who is more attracted to the red flowers, Sigyn or the butterfly.

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Sigyn! Don’t move! If you are very quiet, it may come to you.

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Butterflies, being nectar-feeding creatures, are attracted to Sigyn because she is just that sweet.

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