How Do Caterpillars Become Butterflies? (Tell Me Why, Tell by Darice Bailer

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Then, about one to two weeks later, you are in for an amazing treat—the metamorphosis of your caterpillar into a butterfly! 6. After your butterfly emerges and its wings have had a chance to harden, take it outside in its container. Open up the container and place it near some flowers so that your butterfly can fly out and eat a good meal! 28 a a Glossary abdomen—The tail end of an insect. antennae—The sensing organ on the head of an insect. chrysalis—Another name for a butterfly pupa. It is shaped like a teardrop and often has gold highlights.

Dung—Solid animal waste. emerge—To come out or appear. larva—The second stage of a butterfly’s life; a caterpillar. metamorphosis—A major change in form or shape. migrate—To move from one country or region to another. molts—Sheds one’s outer skin. 29 nectar—A sugary liquid inside flowers. predators—Animals that hunt other animals for food. proboscis—A thin, hollow tube through which a butterfly drinks. pupa—The third stage in a butterfly’s life, when it changes from a caterpillar to a butterfly inside a chrysalis.

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