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Hundreds of Belenois creona (the African Caper) butterflies gathered on elephant dung




Hundreds of Belenois creona (the African Caper) butterflies gathered on elephant dung
Hundreds of Belenois creona (the African Caper) butterflies gathered on elephant dung

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Image code: ug5_5234
Photographer: Rhett Butler   Mongabay.com
Photographed In: Queen Elizabeth National Park (Safari Park), East Africa Uganda
Camera: Canon

Date Uploaded: 2006-Jun-25 | Last Update: Aug 5, 2013

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This picture, titled "Hundreds of Belenois creona (the African Caper) butterflies gathered on elephant dung", was taken in Uganda by Rhett A. Butler.


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