The real butterfly effect – not chaos, but wonder | Environment | guardian.co.uk

The sandy-bottomed puddle in a tent on the Natural History Museum‘s front lawn in London does not look the most alluring of aphrodisiacs. But this shallow pool filled with an elixir of water, salts and minerals will be lapped up by hundreds of male butterflies eager to impress their mates

Full story:The real butterfly effect – not chaos, but wonder | Environment | guardian.co.uk.

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