The Kaiser-i-Hind (Teinopalpus imperialis) is a rare species of swallowtail butterfly found from Nepal and north India east to north Vietnam. The common name literally means "Emperor of India". The Kaiser-i-hind is much sought after by butterfly collectors for its beauty and rarity.The green iridescence of the wings has been found to be due to three-dimensional photonic structure of the scales and is the subject of much research.
Barn Swallow, Hirundo rustica. It uses man-made structures to breed so it has spread w/human expansion. This bird lives in close assoc. w/humans, & its insect-eating habits mean that it is tolerated by man
Remember the last time you ask me "why don't you come?" I really wanna come, but you stopped me finally. I mean.. I'm serious and in fact, I did think of flying to Colombia. So if you don't really meant to, please don't say it.