From the end of April to the middle of June, Cuc Phuong National Park near Tam Coc Ninh Binh again becomes a place that attracts many young people and tourists to visit, experience and check-in when the butterfly season returns. Coming to Cuc Phuong at this time, visitors enter the “festival season” with the dances of millions of butterflies and fireflies. Right from the main gate, the paths in the forest, we can see flocks of colorful butterflies flying, creating an incredible scenery. Mr. Pham Phu Cuong, an official of Cuc Phuong National Park, said that this year there is a leap month, butterflies reproduce late, so the butterfly season also comes later than every year. At the end of May, the number of butterflies with many up. This is also the time when tourists come to Cuc Phuong the most in the year.
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According to Mr. Cuong, butterflies are cold-blooded animals, so they cannot regulate their own body temperature, the temperature of the surrounding air and can only fly in the temperature range of 27-38ºC. The process of growth and development of butterflies in Cuc Phuong near Tam Coc Ninh Binh is a closed cycle from eggs-larva-moth-pupae-butterfly. To reach the adult form, butterflies take about 30 days or more depending on external agents. Adult butterflies can live from a week to almost a year. They mate, lay eggs, and start a new life cycle.
Nguyen Thi Linh (Hanoi) shared, she watched some videos online and saw that Cuc Phuong forest near Tam Coc Ninh Binh this season is so brilliant with millions of butterfly wings flying all over the forest. Therefore, she scheduled with friends to come here to witness and check-in this beautiful scene. “This season, early in the morning, after the rain, butterflies in Cuc Phuong are very beautiful like a dream. Butterflies flutter and fly in swarms like petals floating in space, butterflies land in the hands of foresters and tourists,” Linh said. It is known that according to current research results, Cuc Phuong National Park has more than 300 species of butterflies living and residing here.
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