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Interesting Facts About Butterfly

Butterflies are one of the most beautiful and fascinating insects on the planet. The wings of different patterns make them beautiful and attractive. Kids are very fond of them. Therefore, they try to collect them for their pleasure. Read and get informed about a few interesting facts about butterflies. 1. The life of a butterfly completes in four different stages. i)   Egg ii)  Larva or Caterpillar iii)  Pupa or Chrysalis iv)  Adult Butterfly  2. There are around 18,000 types of butterflies. Sadly, a few types of butterflies are on the verge of extinction, and some have gotten wiped out on the planet. 3. Apparently, it looks like they have a pair of wings. On the contrary, they have four wings.   4. The most stunning aspect regarding butterflies is the manner by which they change from caterpillars to butterflies. This transformation is called metamorphosis.  5. A few butterflies move over significant distances. The Monarch Butterfly can relocate more than 4000 kilomet

10 Oceania and Australia facts for kids

1. Across the Pacific Ocean, there is a large number of islands. These islands are collectively known as Oceania.   2. Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia are big parts of Oceania.  3. Australia, New Zealand, and some surrounding islands are collectively known as Australasia. 4. There are 14 countries in the Oceania region.  5. Australia is the biggest country in the Oceania region. 6. Australia was discovered in 1770 then it was defined as “Unknown Southern Land. Later it was named after Latin word australis. 7. Australia is the smallest continent in the world and the second least populated continent after Antarctica. 8. Australia declared an independent country on 1 January 1901. Commonwealth of Australia is its official name.  9. The Commonwealth of Australia, New Zealand,  and Papua New Guinea are the three main independent countries in the Australia continent. 10. Oceania is situated on the southern side of the equator. This implies that days in December, January and