How many legs do butterfly have?
6 legs they are insects
Four (4) is the number of walking legs on a butterfly. Specifically, as an insect, a butterfly has three pairs of legs. The first pair is not critical to the butterfly's movement. It will be the two middle and the two rear legs which enable the butterfly to negotiate plant parts and terrain that it cannot - or "prefers" not to - fly to.
a butterfly has six legs, wings, and is the adult version of a catterpiller, whereas an earthworm is slimy and stupid and generaly digusting. also, the butterfly has been the subject of two philosophies ("am I a man dreaming he's a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming he's a man" and "the butterfly effect") and the worm has not.
The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a member of the Nymphalidae family. It is a brush-footed butterfly. If you look at one up-close, you may not notice that it has six legs. Brush-footed butterflies do have six legs; the top two legs are just a bit shorter so you don't see them as easily. Monarchs are in the same family as the Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae).