The Natural History Museum in London has a rare specimen of a Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing Butterfly in its collection with bullet holes in its wings. This butterfly is among the largest and rarest in the world. It has a wing span of over 20 cm and is currently endangered because of the destruction of its habitat by the palm oil and logging industries.
I want to make it clear that these are not equivalents. Of course not.
A dealer in feathers and insects born in Bow, London.
Parallel tracks opening as gaps between.