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Quiz: Butterfly Lovers, How Much You Really Know About Them?

Let’s unfold some interesting and amazing facts about a lovely creature we all know as a Butterfly. Believe it or not but there are thousands of species of butterflies, ranging from tiny ‘Cabbage Whites’ to enormously large ‘Swallowtails’ or ‘Giant Butterflies’ etc. I’m sure every one of us simply loves and adores these ‘colorful insects’ but mere loving them won’t do; you must ‘know’ them too. So here we go, check your knowledge about butterflies today.

  • Globally, how many butterfly species have been known?

    • 22,000
    • 23,000
    • 24,000
  • Essentially, butterflies are coldblooded

    • Yes
    • No
  • Monarch butterflies migrate to warmer climate. How far they can travel for the purpose?

    • 1,000 miles
    • 2,000 miles
    • 2,500 miles
  • Monarchs are the only insects that migrate?

    • No, there are several other migrating butterfly species
    • Yes, only Monarchs do migrate
  • Butterflies can see ultraviolet rays/light because their eyes are made of

    • 4,000 lenses
    • 5,000 lenses
    • 6,000 lenses
  • In flying speed, a Skipper Butterfly can outpace a

    • Dog
    • Goat
    • Horse
  • Most of the butterflies taste through their

    • Tongues
    • Wings
    • Feet
  • The ‘Common Buckeye Butterfly’ is one of the

    • Most Ugly Butterfly
    • Most Striking Butterfly
    • Most Common Butterfly
  • The wing-spread of a Giant Swallowtail Butterfly ranges BETWEEN

    • 3 to 5 inches
    • 4 to 7 inches
    • 5 to 8 inches
  • The Morgan’s Sphinx Moth (Madagascar) has a proboscis (tube mouth) that is

    • 10 to 11 inches long
    • 11 to 12 inches long
    • 12 to 14 inches long

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