Butterfly & Moth

Butterfly & Moth

DVD - 2006
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Take a flight of fancy with nature's most beguiling creatures. See their miraculous transformation from lowly caterpillar to airborne adult, and learn why these delicate insects have long inspired and entraced us.
Publisher: [New York, N.Y.] : DK Publishing, [2006], c1996
ISBN: 9780756628260
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (62 min) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Butterfly and moth


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Jan 25, 2016

Professionally presented through the "Eyewitness" Nature Network - This particular documentary, showcasing butterflies and moths, is a very slick and quick-paced production that proves to be not only quite educational, but visually impressive, as well.

From the teeniest in size (no bigger than a thumbnail), to having the remarkable wingspan measurements of a dinner-plate, butterflies and moths make up the largest group of Earth's insects. Their lifecycle is a fascinating, 4-stage process (egg, caterpillar, pupa, adult) that is a real marvel to behold. (Watch video)

All-in-all - This colourful nature-documentary is clearly well-worth a view for anyone interested in learning more about the amazing world of insects. Believe me, you'll be truly awestruck by the sheer beauty of many of these exquisitely delicate critters.

Apr 03, 2015

I do adore me some moths and butterflies. A fun learning experience!


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