Researchers Spot a Butterfly that is One in a Million- It’s Half Male, Half Female

January 9, 2015 2:17 PM

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Researchers Spot a Butterfly that is One in a Million- It’s Half Male, Half Female

Talk about nature getting weird, and this one seems to be the perfect example. Of the 3.5 million species put for display at the entymology collection at Drexel University’s Academy of Natural Sciences, a rare creature that is half male- half female has been found.

This butterfly is known as Lexias Pardalis and can be easily spotted out thanks to half its body being covered in markings that are typically found on the male members of its species, and half covered in female markings.

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