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Amongst living items, the colour blue is oddly unusual. Blue rocks, blue sky, blue drinking water, guaranteed. But blue animals? They are few and considerably among. And the ones that do make blue? They make it in some incredibly odd and unique ways compared to other colors. In this video, we are going to seem at some incredibly cool butterflies to assist us discover how living items make blue, and why this gorgeous hue is so unusual in mother nature.
Smithsonian Institution – Nationwide Museum of Purely natural Heritage
Bob Robbins, Ph.D. – Curator of Lepidoptera
Juan Pablo Hurtado Padilla – Microscope Educator
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Vinothan Manoharan, Ph.D. – Harvard College
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