Garden Bugs and Beasties

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A black and white butterfly meaning in the state of metamorphosis augers a great transformation in one’s life where all things are up for change, across all areas of life. This is because each hummer becomes lifeless and seems to die on cold nights, but it comes back to life again when the miraculous sunrise brings warmth. Some Indians say the wolverine as a trickster, probably because of its quick cunning ways. One theory is that the butterflies navigate by following a specific angle of the Sun in relation to the Earth.

Pages: 8

Publisher: Field Studies Council (September 26, 2014)

ISBN: 1908819154

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