When Kelvin Hudson was walking through a forest, he was able to spot a tree filled with blue morpho butterflies.
Hudson is a photographer. He was lucky to be at the right place at the right time to be able to capture the majestic photo. A cluster of the blue butterflies had gathered around the trunk of the tree. These morpho butterflies spend most of their time on the floor of the forest or in lower trees and shrubs. During the time Hudson saw them on the tree, he most likely caught them at a time that they were enjoying the sun’s warmth.
The blue morpho butterfly it’s so pretty. It can be found in Latin America (Mexico to Colombia) inside tropical forests. Its wings have a bright blue color and a black edge as its name implies. It is one of the largest known butterflies across the world. The wings of the blue morpho can span from 5-8 inches.