Where Do Butterflies Live?

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Most of the butterflies are day-flying,and they perch on the underside of a leaf, crawl deep between blades of grass or into a crevice in rocks, or find some other shelter, and sleep at night or during inclement weather.
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Butterflies are found in a wide range of habitats, however they generally do not inhabit extremely cold or arid environments.
Butterflies live all over the world, though some choose specific plants to feed from or lay their eggs upon. Some species of butterfly, like the Monarch, can migrate 2500-3000 miles to get to breeding or feeding grounds.
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