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WP Photo Challenge: Creepy (Creepy Critters)

This weeks WP Photo Challenge is creepy.  Here are a few of the creepy critters that were at WOW (World of Wings).

Roaches on the moon

Roaches (I think) on the moon

Creepy and cute at the same time.

Creepy and cute at the same time.

Check out the other creepy post.

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BIG & Point of View

Photo 101 Assignment 7: BIG & Point of View

Here are just a few of the reptiles that we saw at WOW (World of Wings) last Saturday.  This is a GREAT place to take children of all ages.  It was not too big but definitely big enough to have an enjoyable time.

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The Birds

Along with the butterflies at WOW (World of Wings) they also had few birds in the atrium.  Unfortunately I did not ask what kind of birds they were.  If you know what kind of birds they are please share.

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W.O.W Butterflies (2)

I forgot to add these pictures to the previous W.O.W Butterflies post.

This is what greeted us as we arrived at WOW (World of Wings).

Entrance

Entrance

I have already planned to go back so that I can see this art piece with some nice green grass reflecting on the wings.

Abstract Art made from Butterflies

Abstract Art made from Butterflies

I was not able to get a straight picture of the art piece due to the glare from the sun.

Abstract Art made from Butterflies

Abstract Art made from Butterflies – Part of the image from above.

Orange is the WP Photo Challenge for this week.

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W.O.W Butterflies

Love is like a butterfly:  It goes where it pleases and it pleases wherever it goes. 
~Author Unknown

To I ventured to the northern part of NJ to visit WOW (World of Wings).They have an assortment of reptiles insects and butterflies.  Unfortunately the butterflies were not many due to an issue with the breeding but my sister-in-law Traci and I still enjoyed ourselves.

Today I will be posting the butterflies and in the days to come I will be posting the other interesting animals.

I just read an interesting fact about the African Moon Moth, the adults do not have a mouth.  So for their adult life, which only ast about a week, they do not eat.  They survive by living off the stored fat in their bodies.

 

Since he food that they eat is bananas and oranges I have also linked this to this weeks WP Photo Challenge: Orange.

 

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