This is a video called Butterflies: Nature’s Miracles.
From Debbie’s Insects Blog in the USA:
World’s Scariest Insects?
Sunday July 20, 2008
Nicole Kidman recently revealed her greatest fear – butterflies. It seems Kidman experienced a serious Lepidopteran trauma in her childhood. On school days, she would arrive home to find a threatening butterfly perched on her gate, preventing her from entering the yard. The Oscar winner harbors a serious phobia, which she once tried (and failed) to overcome by walking through the butterfly exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History.
Fear of butterflies is, to say the least, an unusual phobia. Since you are probably not prone to blood-curdling screams at the sight of these flying flowers, you might be interested in learning a thing or two about them. My newest article, The Six Butterfly Families, describes the major groups of butterflies and provides some advice on how to start identifying the butterflies you see.
Actually, fear of butterflies is not confined to Nicole Kidman. I know, as once a date ended without a loving relationship starting, because one of the two people in it (not me) was scared of butterflies passing.
There’s a reason why Hollywood makes movies like Arachnophobia and Snakes on a Plane: Most people are afraid of spiders and snakes. A new article reviews research with infants and toddlers and finds that we aren’t born afraid of spiders and snakes, but we can learn these fears very quickly: here.
We’ve all seen the stories about folks having unfortunate encounters with wildlife. But it turns out that the animals that scare people the most rarely pose a real threat.
What Really Scares People: Top 10 Phobias: here.