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Rare Moments: Animals With Butterflies On Their Noses

Chance encounters between different species are always something to behold. Puppies with kittens, cats with babies, big scary cats with tiny house cats, it's all incredibly adorable. But what are the chances of a butterfly sitting on an animal's nose? And not only that but capturing such a moment in a photo? That's as rare as these moments get.

Today, we are sharing some of these rare moments with you. Wholesome moments of butterflies ending up on the noses of other animal species. These butterflied are entirely unsuspecting, and the pictures are absolutely beautiful. Any pictures of animals with butterflies are something to cherish, not just nose butterflies, and we've got some of those for you to enjoy too.

pictures and videos of butterflies on different animals' noses thumbnail includes two pictures including a bear with a butterfly on its nose and a cat on its back with a large yellow butterfly on its nose
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Woman Gives Monarch Butterfly A Successful Wing Transplant (7 Images)

Nothing is impossible. When Imgur user, dressgirl200, saw a poor Monarch butterfly with a destroyed wing, she took it upon herself to do a wing transplant, in order for it to fly once more. How beautiful is that? And it may sound complicated but her process made it look effortless. Check out her recorded process of the entire transplant below:


monarch butterfly is rescued and healed
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Conservationist, entomologist and television host Phil Torres of Jungle Diaries, who spent two years in the Peruvian Amazon, captured on video the remarkable sight of flocks of colorful butterflies swarming around the faces of turtles, truly looking as if they were animated characters out of a Disney film. As it turns out, these lepidopteran insects were drinking the tears of the turtles as a means to get the sodium and other minerals needed to regulate their metabolism, boost their reproduction and ensure their survival. Nature is beautiful! 

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