HINDSIGHT: Japanese yellow swallowtail butterflies can see with their rear ends. More accurately, they have two light-sensitive neurons called photoreceptors on their abdomens, right next to their genitals. These light detectors are essential for swallowtail butterfly sex and reproduction. [Less] [Link to this slide] KENPEI, via Wikimedia Commons
SIGHTS. Jardin Des Papillons. Only a few hundred metres from their company property station has champagne producer 'Bernard-Massard' a exotic Butterfly Park. 450 m2 here flutter on hundreds of colorful Butterflies to the guests around.
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