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There is a lot of literature about the butterflies and you are not exactly clear about why people showed too much interest in these tiny creatures.
First, butterflies have too many kinds: 17,500 species
Numbers of species.
Due to their bright colors and visits to flowers, butterflies are the most familiar of insects to humans. There are about 17,500 species of butterflies in the world, and around 750 species in the United States.
Not only they have this huge number of species but also you wouldn’t find two butterflies have the same exact colors.
You wonder if butterflies symbolism is related to any of this? You also may wonder if the butterfly effect has to do with colors or analysis of the butterflies behavior or life changes or the environment where they live. Too complicated?