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Butterfly dome to give the colorful creatures an abode of their own

Butterfly dome to give the colorful creatures an abode of their own




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Clive Farell’s upcoming project, the world’s largest butterfly dome in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, depicts how childhood memories make one truly considerate toward the environment. He recollects his innocent trails to discover the meaningful veracity of these lovely creatures. Now, when he has all means and leisure, he is on his way to create the ÂŁ27 million living rainforest biome, having 10,000 tropical butterflies, by 2011. The whole idea is simply beautiful, just like the species itself. Pictured after the jump is a pictorial proof of butterfly beauty, and I’m just thinking how amazing a collection of 10,000 tropical butterflies will look.

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Image Courtesy: Wikipedia

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Image Courtesy: Curbly

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Image Courtesy: Picture-Newsletter

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Image Courtesy: Guardian

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Image Courtesy: ATPM

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Image Courtesy: The Firefly Forest

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Image Courtesy: Richard-Seaman



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