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how does a monarch butterfly chrysalis have gold dots on it? Answered

it looks metallic but I cant see how an insect could produce it?

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Dumchicken
Dumchicken

9 years ago

someone made a book of evolushin as a joke not on purpose

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framistan
framistan

10 years ago

If you read the link LEMONIE gave... you will be amazed. There is NO PIGMENT in the coloring!  Butterflies also....NO PIGMENT.... Hummingbird feathers also.... NO PIGMENT.  Now you have another question to answer.  Did this EVOLVE... or did God make it ? 

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Answer 10 years ago

Easy: evolved.

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sarge89or
sarge89or

Answer 10 years ago

Of course God did it.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Answer 10 years ago

Rather than potentially start an argument in the wrong place, I suggest you start a topic on a science forum about that.  Don't forget to bring your evidence.