Where Does the Butterfly Go When It Rains?

June 21st, 2006


This article immediately brought back memories of the book with the same title. While the book doesn’t actually answer the question, Scientific American tells all. Most interesting: for a butterfly, getting hit by a large raindrop would be like a human getting hit by a bowling ball (but at twice the weight). So where do they go when it rains? They run and hide, that’s where they go.


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