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April 22, 2004 | Craig Rosen
The Robinsons-May Pavilion of Wings has nothing to do with Paul McCartney's other former band. Nonetheless, Natural History Museum insect zoo coordinator Brent Karner points out that wings, in this case butterflies, do have something in common with beetles. "People think butterflies are these pretty things, but they're really just day-flying moths," Karner says. "Butterflies are insects. They're really just bugs."
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April 22, 2004 | Craig Rosen
The Robinsons-May Pavilion of Wings has nothing to do with Paul McCartney's other former band. Nonetheless, Natural History Museum insect zoo coordinator Brent Karner points out that wings, in this case butterflies, do have something in common with beetles. "People think butterflies are these pretty things, but they're really just day-flying moths," Karner says. "Butterflies are insects. They're really just bugs."
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