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Butterflies breath through their Spiracles

by Deb - Butterfly Friend
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If you feel overwhelmed, breathe. It will calm you and release the tensions.
If you are worried about something coming up, or caught up in something that already happened, breathe.
It will bring you back to the present.
If you are moving too fast, breathe. It will remind you to slow down, and enjoy life more.
Breathe, and enjoy each moment of this life. They’re too fleeting and few to waste

Butterflies are fascinating creatures with unique respiratory systems. Instead of using lungs to breathe like humans, they have tiny openings on the sides of their bodies called spiracles. Through these spiracles, they take in air and distribute it throughout their body. The spiracles also play a crucial role in regulating the butterfly’s body temperature, as they can open and close to control the amount of heat and moisture that enters or leaves the body. Although butterflies don’t have lungs, their spiracles allow them to efficiently take in oxygen and remove carbon dioxide, enabling them to fly gracefully through the air.

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