"Red pandas and the Monarch"
Two hours, 30-minute drawing, 90-minute inking ✏️✒️ so many small strokes and lines, but definitely worth the time 🦋🤓 .
Also, where's the red panda emoji?
A friendly little furry visitor in our butterfly garden!!! So many flowers and butterflies and other pollinators have been seen frequenting this wonderful memorial!! Mr Glenn would be quite pleased with how it turned out!
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Monarch caterpillar moments after it shed its skin
#fallbreak has been good to me🧡🧡 Seeing this butterfly reminded me of when I went to a butterfly tent this month. (which was kinda scary because I don't do insects but 😬😂) Anyways I love seeing my friends travel and enjoy having a good break too :) and it's not over yet! let nothing and no one delay the adventure that is your life, ministry, and purpose🧡☺️ (also I'm loving all of these vacation pics 😂 I hope NO ONE thought of work or school whatsoever) #monarchbutterfly monarchbutterfly #staytruetoyou#fall#godisgood#flowerinspo
my new little buddy. It hitched a ride on some milkweed I brought to work to use in displays. The staff discovered it over the weekend and I’m going to return it to its original home tonight. Meanwhile it’s hard not to watch it. Move over Wolfie, there’s a new critter in town. #monarch#monarchbutterfly
Anna’s 88 Butterfly ! 😍
Do you like this species ? ❤️
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#didyouknow Butterflies have a long, tube-like tongue called a proboscis that allows them to soak up their food rather than sip it ! 🦋
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#Didyouknow Butterflies are found worldwide except on the continent of Antarctica. Many species migrate to avoid adverse conditions. Most migrate relatively short distances, but monarchs and several other species migrate thousands of miles ! 🌿
Follow @butterfly.shots for more 🦋
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New generation will come ❤️❤️❤️
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Purple for the Monarch 🧡
📸 Dave Gill
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#didyouknow One of the best ways that butterflies protect themselves is by using their wings. Besides using them to fly away from threats or things that are trying to harm them, butterflies have adapted to have wings that camouflage with their surroundings, or even have patterns on them that mimic other large animals, like owls !