How Do Butterflies Move?

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Butterflies move by a special body design. Their bodies are designed with four wings and really strong muscles of the thorax. Their wings are designed so they move in a figure eight which is why they almost look like they are fluttering through the air.
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Butterflies use a variety of aerodynamic techniques to fly, including lift and wake capture. They can also change between methods quite rapidly.
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