Beautiful in their simplicity, the lives of butterflies and moths have long fascinated scholars and children alike; this is a rich and innovative look at their natural history. See a butterfly emerging from its chrysalis, how silk moths make silk, a caterpillar eating its own eggshell, and butterflies that have become extinct. Learn how a caterpillar can frighten off predators, why some adult moths never eat, which butterfly migrates the length of a subcontinent, how to breed butterflies and moths, and much more! This award-winning series features stunning photography and graphics to bring science to life. Closed-captioned.
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