My FLNMH Experience By: ari rachman

The butterfly exhibit was particularly appealing to me because of the easygoing life that these butterflies live. There's so much to learn about these gracious little animals, and they are so fascinating to watch be about themselves. This selfie shows me just walking into the exhibit for the first time. At this point in time, I am so ready to explore this exhibit.
As I went through this particular exhibit, I felt a sense of liberty. These butterflies are flying freely amongst themselves and can travel anywhere they'd like. They have this beautiful river behind me to lay and enjoy. The Natural History Museum really allows visitors to learn about these butterflies' life by interacting with them and learning about their day-to-day lives. For instance, butterflies fly in different kinds of ways like hovering, gliding, and darting. Different kinds of wings are made for different kinds of flying and different intensity flying.
This caption shows the beauty of a butterfly. More importantly, this shows you how relative these animas are to the human spirit. These are endangered species and we need to protect them and their beauty. The Natural History Museum really does a good job at making you feel like humans are not the only specie in the world, and it's not even close. There is so much life out there to learn about and explore. Learning about all these new animals may help to contribute to the individual's good life. This better helps us understand the mystery of the world by providing us a gateway to learn about all the interesting creatures we don't know much about.

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