There is much folklore concerning turtles, and it seems that almost every world culture has its myths and legends about the turtle. The turtle is almost always portrayed as a symbol of strength, stability, benevolence, and wisdom. The Greeks, for example, regarded the turtle as sacred, and Aesopís fable of the race between the hare and the turtle shows the wisdom and determination of the turtle. It seems that almost all Native Americans in North America regarded the turtle as sacred. There is a Huron story that tells of how the present earth had been formed for the Sky Princess who fell from her place in the sky, and was saved finally by a turtle who was all-wise and all-benevolent.
Butterflies range in size from a tiny 1/8 inch to a huge almost 12 inches. Butterflies can see red, green, and yellow. Some people say that when the black bands on the Woolybear ...