LP: Manipis (thin)


{Napakanipis nitong mga pakpak ng paruparo. Isang proyekto ito ng mga bata. Ibinigay sa kanila ang mga ito habang higad pa lamang. Binantayan nila at makatapos ang ilang araw, nakita naming nakabaligtad na sa takip ng kinalalagyang cup at chrysalis na ito. Matapos pa ang ilang araw ay lumabas na sya - isang magandang paruparo. Halos kalalabas palang nya nito. Pinagkabilin-bilinan sa amin sa wag hawakan ang mga ito dahil baka masira pa namin ang kanilang mga pakpak. Nakikita nyo ba ang mga mala-pulang drops sa litrato? Hindi dugo yan kundi ay yung sobrang pigment sa kanilang mga pakpak. Mga ilang oras din bago tuluyang natuyo ang kanyang mga pakpak at nakilipad ang aming munting paruparo.}

This butterfly has very thin wings. We got this as a caterpillar during one of the kids' activities sponsored by the city. This butterfly is newly-hatched from its chrysalis. We were carefully reminded not to touch the butterfly wings especially at this time because they are really thin and delicate. Do you see the red drops? They are not drops of blood but extra pigment from the butterfly's wings. It took another couple of hours before its wings were fully dry and it was able to fly away.

11 comments:

Willa | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 3:37:00 PM

Ay ang galing naman ng project na iyan, I've never seen a caterpillar turned into butterfly in action. maybe it's like watching God's miracle.
At tama ka, manipis nga ang kanilang pakpak kya hindi ito dapt hinahawakan dahil pag nasira, hindi na sila makakalipad.

Chie Wilks | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 3:42:00 PM

napakagandang paru-paro.... ito ang pinakapaborito kong insekto ksi ang mga ito lang ang pinakamaganda...

maraming salamat sa pagbisita

Iris | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 3:44:00 PM

oooh, interesting. that's a nice bit of information =)

Dinah | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 5:32:00 PM

ang galing naman ng project na ito, very eductional talaga. at matuto ka pa to care for God's creation. at ang ganda ng kuha mo, artistic talaga :-)

heto naman ang akin; manipis

luna miranda | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 7:48:00 PM

awesome! napakaganda at napaka-delicate.

Ebie | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 8:54:00 PM

Napakagandang proyecto, hehehe, nakalimutan ko na itong science subject.

Its wings are really very delicate!

upto6only | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 9:20:00 PM

ganda ng paruparu. oo nga napanipis ng mga pakpak nito sobrang delicate nilang hawakan.

Arlene | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 9:59:00 PM

nice project for the kids. sabi nila ang powder galing sa wings nya ay makapabulag daw. ewan ko bang kung how true basta pag makakita kami ng caterpillar butterful we don't touch them.

nagdala din daw yan ng swerte. pero ang black one di daw swerte.

happy LP day!

Marites | Wednesday, January 13, 2010 10:21:00 PM

ang galing na proyekto yan para sa mga bata. Ang ganda ng mga kulay niya. Maligayang LP!

bang | Thursday, January 14, 2010 12:06:00 AM

ang ganda ng paro-paro! Magandang proyekto ito!

thess | Thursday, January 14, 2010 12:29:00 AM

What a wonderful project! Children (and adults) certainly learn to appreciate and care for nature by doing this. I wish was there to see the transformation.

Happy LP, Joy!