In the tropical rainforest of Central and South America lives a species called the blue morpho butterfly. The scientific name is Morpho menelaus. These butterflies live up to 115 days. The adult morpho are fruit feeders and often feed on decaying fruits. The male wings appear blue and black with white dots. The female is much less colorful. A cool fact is that they are among the biggest butterflies in the world with wings spanning five to eight inches. They are most active when the sun is shining, and have been spotted by pilots from the air flying through the jungle canopy. In the future these butterflies will need to adapt due to global warming. I think their wings will be green with a leafy texture, which will help them blend in more with their environment. That's what I think the blue morpho butterfly will look like in the future.
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