Flutter (Cycle Book 2)

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Owls come in all sizes, from a tiny miniature that actually lives inside the cactus in the desert, to the great horned owl, which is the only bird that can out fly the golden eagle. On chilly days when the temperature drops below 60 degrees, the butterflies cluster together in the eucalyptus trees for warmth. There are more than 12,000 species of moths and butterflies known just in the U. But butterflies have been steadily pushing their way into northern climates for decades, primarily because such northern regions are heating up and becoming amenable to butterfly habitation.

Pages: 13

Publisher: Amika Press (November 14, 2012)

ISBN: B00A81GZ00

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