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How Do Butterflies Fly?

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Butterflies have a very resilient muscle especially in their thorax. This strong muscle forces their wings to move on a fulcrum basis. It is due to this muscle in their thorax that butterflies wings move up and down. They function similarly to and airplane flying in an eight motion which is a little slanted thereby having the ability to move forward.

Butterflies can fly as fast as thirty miles per hour. However these differ with the different types of butterflies. The slow flying butterfly flies at a speed of five miles per hour.

These butterflies can fly as high as the leaning Tower Of Pisa or should say the empire state building. Yes they can fly as high as one thousand feet high and at times due to the wind they can fly way higher.
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Butterflies have a very resilient muscle especially in their throax.This strong muscle force their wings to move on a fulcrum basis.
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Butterflies have a very resilient muscle especially in their throax.This strong muscle force their wings to move on a fulcrum basis.
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