The butterfly exhibit allows one to experience nature in the way Leopold recommends, by walking into what seemed like a rainforest which was strikingly amusing and entertaining. Furthermore, it showcased the butterflies in a nonrestricted and more natural habitat. I didn't make the human the "conquer of the land" as in this case the human walks into the home of the member of this "biotic community." The exhibit has the visitor's full attention as everywhere one looks there is a different specie of butterfly to be admired. In this way one is able to connect and learn more about the different types of butterflies since they are alive, rather than dead on a display glass. The beauty of this exhibit was seeing nature in the condition it is suppose to be in, free flowing with the freedom they require to be properly admired. My visit to the museum instilled in my a sense of admiration and responsibility for the right treatment of nature. As well as the duty of giving nature the deserved respect it lacks.