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Fires death rays if a predator gets too close!

Seriously, like all butterflies, the Monarch butterfly has compound eyes. Compound eyes give butterflies excellent color perception and motion detection. They can see objects above, below, beside, in front of, and below them all at the same time. Butterflies can see a wide range of colors.

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