Butterflies are part of the insect family and love to flutter around brightly-coloured flowers in mild summers seasons.
The whole body of a butterfly can be divided into three parts: the head, the thorax and the abdominal area.
The presence of two strong antenna structures on their heads makes their sense of smell extraordinary.
There are many varieties of butterflies, with different sizes and colours.
Butterflies are cold-blooded and cannot survive in icy temperatures.
When they come in contact with a person, the colours of butterfly wings can quickly fade.
They pollinate plants and ensure that the reproduction cycle continues in the plant community.
After a few weeks, eggs laid by butterflies hatch to produce small caterpillars on the leaves.
Caterpillars look ugly and are worms that form a cocoon around themselves and then go into a long, sleeping phase.
A fully grown caterpillar emerges out of a burst cocoon, and then flies in the outside world as an adult butterfly.