I am sure you will have seen male dogs attempting to have sex with other males. They feed on cabbage and various weeds of the mustard family. Recently in the news there has been the touching story of the two male gay penguins who have looked after an egg they were given and are happy as couple.
It is interesting because this species has visual signs to distinguish one sex from the other. Male butterflies have a black spot marking on their wings and are larger, whereas females are smaller, have darker coloured wings and no black spot.
The black is a handy color, because these butterflies feed at night! But they manage to recognize each other. Blue Here is a lovely specimen of the Anatolian navy blue butterfly Agrodiaetus actis.
Clearly there is nothing wrong with it. I had a look online and discovered that the Monarch Butterfly Danaus plexippus is one of very many species of animals that regularly show homosexual and bisexual behaviour. They originated in Europe, Africa, and Asia, but are now found in North America, Australia, and New Zealand as well, probably introduced through caterpillars on imported vegetables.
This is a very common form of behaviour for these animals. Spicebush swallowtail butterflies Papilio troilus are large black butterflies that cover the eastern U.
They are native to Central and South America, and feed off the nectar of rainforest flowers.
Take a look at some of the marvelous colors of butterflies. Once again I am left with the conclusion that animals live in a better way than humans who find fault with others of their own species because of what is written in a book. They are apparently hunted for their looks.
Contact Author Homosexuality in the natural world Last year, I reared many Monarch Butterflies and one day I noticed that a male who had dried his wings and been out flying had come back to my balcony and was making efforts to copulate with a slightly younger male that was still resting while its wings fully dried out.
A lovely shade of lilac. This tropical butterfly ranges from Mexico to the Amazon, where it lives in the rainforest canopy. Homosexual Monarch Butterflies Homosexual male Monarch butterfly behaviour Male Monarch attempting to copulate with another male The Biblical view Meanwhile some humans guided by religious books like the Holy Bible claim that is wrong.
There were female butterflies about so the male was choosing to mate with another male. I took some photos. Black Swan males are apparently often like this too and will rear cygnets from eggs laid by females they have no interest in sexually.
Wikipedia gives a very long list and details of many species of mammal, birds, reptile, amphibian, fish and insect that are known to exhibit homosexual behaviour. Butterflies come in many other colors, too, like salmonturquoiseand those lovely combinations of colors.
If you do a Google search for the species name, most of the results will be stores that will sell you a mounted specimen.
Animal homosexuality and bisexuality compared with in humans also raises the question: They are migratory, but normally stick to tropical regions. Shown here is a European cabbage butterfly Pieris rapae. This was the case with the Monarch Butterflies where I live.
The Cruiser is found in Singapore, Malaysia, and Thailand. The Monarch is on the list. It lives in the rainforest of several central African countries.So, the lady who directs the Outdoor Campus in Sioux Falls crafted a buffalo with rainbow colors for Pride week.
A Mom complained, saying it was promoting homosexuality to her 3 year old child. Butterflies come in all colors of the rainbow.
It’s true, and if you don’t see a particular color, you can bet that someone else, somewhere in the world, will see that color. Take a look at. The Unexpected Symbolic Outcome of "The Lottery" Violence and human cruelty are two horrible things that occurred a long time ago and continue to be an ongoing issue in our society today.
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