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2010-02-19 16:47:06
Well when you think of it, bees and wasps can get angry. Just see and hear when you go near a beehive. When you disturb them, the bees go crazy. Don't try doing that though. I would not recommend it.....
2010-02-19 12:24:24
The tracking device has been photoshopped onto the tortoiseshell butterfly (not a moth!). Migratory butterflies (such as Monarch's in North America) are actually being tracked by scientists, but this is done by attaching small labels to their wings.
2008-07-21 05:55:19
No, shortee420 is an amazing empath -- only shortee420 could KNOW that the butterfly is angry. Most of the rest of us aren't even sure that insects are capable of feeling emotions.
2008-07-20 00:07:17
Shortee needs a laxative.
2008-07-19 20:47:55
IT IS NOT A MOTH. It is a Small Tortoiseshell butterfly, Nymphalis urticae.
2008-07-19 19:45:51
LOL besides....this is a MOTH! What scientist cannot tell the difference? What fools....
2008-07-19 19:45:07
The butterfly is angry. I would be too.
2008-07-19 19:43:41
That tracking device is nothing short of ridiculous and is messing with the butterfly's natural instincts. She does not need another antennae, especially an artificial one, this defeats the purpose of knowledge of nature by stamping technology on the freedom of will. They will never learn a thing this way and I believe ignorance is well deserved if the method is this heartless. How would you feel to have a tracking device stamped on your back?