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Violet butterflies’s return after 50 years in Norfolk County

Violet butterflies return After 50 years in the England Norfolk country. These butterflies were found in huge numbers in late 70’s but after that they became extinct in this area.

The violet butterfly is the second largest butterfly in all types of butterflies found in the UK. The violet-colored butterfly wingspan is 8.4 centimeters and it have violet colors orange circles on wings.

These butterflies were last seen here in 1961 and in 1970, it had completely disappeared in this county, while their population declined by 31% throughout the UK, Now, 50 years later, these butterflies have returned to the area.

Kerry Clark says, a member of the company that works to protect butterflies, ‘It is a pleasure to know that our conservation efforts are underway and we’ve been able to bring back the atmosphere where the butterflies grow.

Remember, there have been 37 different types of butterflies in Norfolk alone since the return of violet Butterflies.

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