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The morpho is a blue and black butterfly that is found in the tropical rainforest in Latin America from Mexico to Columbia. Although Adults spend most of their time on the forest floor and in the lower shrubs and trees of the understory with their wings folded. However, when looking for mates, the blue Morpho will fly through all layers of the forest. The Morpho is not extinct, and as long as trees are still standing they should still be here in 100,000 years. But climate change will happen. With climate change I am sure the Morpho will fade from their beautiful blue color and will turn brownish. Their spots would look droopy and they for sure would be crinkled, that's my opinion. If you do not know what climate change is, it's a long-term alteration of temperature and typical weather patterns in a place.