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Butterfly World

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Butterfly World

Butterfly World

Butterfly World located in Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek, Florida, USA is the largest butterfly park in the world and the first park of its kind in the Western Hemisphere, opening in 1988. The Aviary houses around 3000 live butterflies.

The Paradise Adventure Aviary includes fountains with ponds, and butterflies. Next is the Hanging Garden & Butterfly Emerging Area where cases with hanging pupa and emerging butterflies are on display. The Tropical Rain Forest Aviary includes a waterfall, tropical plants, free flying birds and butterflies.

Grace Gardens is an outdoor botanical garden with flowering tropical plants. Also on the property is one of the largest collections of flowering Passion Flower vines in the world, in the Wings of the World Secret Garden. The Jewels of the Sky Aviary is where hummingbirds and other birds can be seen.

The Museum/Insectarium features exhibits of mounted specimens of beetles, scorpions, butterflies, moths and other insects. The Bug Zoo displays live insects including water bugs, spiders, wasps, walkingsticks and mantids.

Visitors can view the laboratory where the butterflies are raised and can see the different stages including eggs, caterpillar and pupa.

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