Florida Museum of Natural History Simi himatsingani

Nature on Display: The outdoor butterfly garden really caught my attention. Everyone in the exhibit was so amazed and happy since all the butterflies were flying around on all the flowers and like the ones behind me, on all the fruits laying for them to eat.Since this was such an interactive exhibit, I feel like I learned the most about the butterflies and wildlife, Walking around and seeing all the beautiful butterflies up close made it interesting and enjoyable.
Nature and Ethics: Behind me is a butterfly lab where scientists breed and grow butterflies for conservation efforts. I believe museums like the FLMH are important because they educate people about the importance of these insects. Such interactive exhibits allow the common people to learn about these important issues in a fun way.
Nature and the Human Spirit: A butterfly flew on this man's head all of a sudden and it made me realize how nature makes you appreciate the simple things in life. All the children and parents put their phones away and admired the cute butterfly who decided to get comfortable on this man's hat. Though we cant communicate with the butterflies, we can wonder about how they think and rationalize things and actions like these.
Here's another photo because it was so picture perfect.

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