I am a Vintage classroom teacher located in the heartland of the United States. I have taught in small rural districts as well as in a large urban setting. Each of these settings has its own challenges and its own rewards. There has never been a year when I have not learned from my students and from fellow members of the faculty.
Only 0.01 per cent of hatching butterflies are born as gynandromorphs, which is the scientific term for these half and half butterflies.
To read the short paragraph about this half male and half female butterfly click on the picture. It also says that there are some other animals that can be born as gynandromorphs.
I found this at GoGo Planet News. Big News for Little People in their articles for today. They have all kind of articles on a lot of different things.
I am hoping to use some of their articles this year since we don't have funds to order the subscription weekly reader type magazines. I also thought they could be used for short summaries, important details, main idea, etc. Plus, it is a way to help my students learn about the things in the world and current events without any cost.