Asked in Butterflies and Moths
What does a butterfly look like when it emerges from a cacoon?
They look like they are wet. Their wings are saggy. Butterflies take time to let their wings dry out so they can fly. ...
Why are the monarch butterflies wings wet when it comes out?
All butterfly and moth wings are damp when they hatch from their crysalis. If the interior of the crysalis was dry, they'd die. They need the moisture to keep supple; on hatching they gradually spread their wings until they become dry enough to fly. ...
Asked in Grammar, Plural Nouns
What is the plural possesive form of butterfly?
Plural possessive case of butterfly is butterflies' (apostrophe after the word butterflies). The plural form of the noun butterfly is butterflies so if you are saying the wings of the butterflies, for example, you say: 'The butterflies' wings'. ...