This video says about itself:
Blue Morpho Butterfly – Found around 1700m amsl, Cordillera del Condor, South Ecuador.
I saw blue morpho butterflies today. I did not find them in Ecuador; but in the Victoria amazonica hothouse of the botanical garden. Pupae of various butterfly species were there as well.
Before we arrived there, a young great crested grebe swam under a bridge into a canal. A coot then drove it away.
In the botanical garden, near the astronomical observatory, a grey heron on the canal bank.
Another young great crested grebe swims past. Every now and then, it dives.
In the lawn there, the figures 425, formed by autumn crocus flowers; because the garden is 425 years old.
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