Butterflies

Contest Info

  • Started: 7/28/2006 06:00
  • Ended: 7/30/2006 06:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 38
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
Butterflies
Contest Directions: Put butterflies where they don't belong, replace objects with butterflies, or replace butterflies with objects. (Feel free to use famous paintings).

Contest Info

    • Started: 7/28/2006 06:00
    • Ended: 7/30/2006 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 38
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $20
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $12
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $8
This gallery only contains our top 39 selections from its parent contest Butterflies. All 38 contest pictures can be viewed here.
  • Angel with Butterfly Wings by Bouguereau

    Angel with Butterfly Wings by Bouguereau
  • Butterfly Record Player Needle

    Butterfly Record Player Needle
  • Baby Eating a Butterfly Breakfast

    Baby Eating a Butterfly Breakfast
  • Butterfly Orange on a Tree

    Butterfly Orange on a Tree
  • Butterflies in Bullets

    Butterflies in Bullets
  • Angel Butterflies Design by Escher

    Angel Butterflies Design by Escher
  • Bird with Butterfly Wings

    Bird with Butterfly Wings
  • Woman with Butterfly Glasses

    Woman with Butterfly Glasses
  • Woman Giving a Butterfly a Tattoo

    Woman Giving a Butterfly a Tattoo
  • Hunter Catches a Huge Butterfly

    Hunter Catches a Huge Butterfly
  • Elephant with Butterfly Ears

    Elephant with Butterfly Ears
  • Butterfly in Pirates of the Caribbean Poster

    Butterfly in Pirates of the Caribbean Poster
  • Electric Robotic Butterfly

    Electric Robotic Butterfly
  • Catherine Zita Jones with Butterfly Wings

    Catherine Zita Jones with Butterfly Wings
  • Butterfly Eyeball

    Butterfly Eyeball
  • Spreading a Butterfly on Bread

    Spreading a Butterfly on Bread
  • Aquarium with Butterflies

    Aquarium with Butterflies
  • Butterfly Lampshade

    Butterfly Lampshade
  • Butterflies Flying in the Living Room

    Butterflies Flying in the Living Room
  • Butterfly Sitting in a Cat's Mouth

    Butterfly Sitting in a Cat's Mouth
  • Butterflies On A Plane Movie

    Butterflies On A Plane Movie
  • Big Green Butterfly on a Car

    Big Green Butterfly on a Car
  • Insects on a Printer

    Insects on a Printer
  • Jacqueline with Butterflies by Picasso

    Jacqueline with Butterflies by Picasso
  • Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie Wearing Butterfly Glasses

    Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie Wearing Butterfly Glasses
  • Mona Lisa with Butterflies

    Mona Lisa with Butterflies
  • Butterflies on Pool Balls

    Butterflies on Pool Balls
  • Mona Lisa Surrounded by Butterflies

    Mona Lisa Surrounded by Butterflies
  • Paris Hilton in The Silence of the Butterflies

    Paris Hilton in The Silence of the Butterflies
  • Butterfly Riding on a Model Plane

    Butterfly Riding on a Model Plane
  • Boy Watching a Butterfly

    Boy Watching a Butterfly
  • Butterfly Plague in Texas

    Butterfly Plague in Texas
  • Butterflies Escaping Paris Hilton's Head

    Butterflies Escaping Paris Hilton's Head
  • Butterflies at Capitol Hill

    Butterflies at Capitol Hill
  • Butterfly Jet with Missiles

    Butterfly Jet with Missiles
  • Julia Roberts with a Butterfly on Her Nose

    Julia Roberts with a Butterfly on Her Nose
  • Butterfly Lands on a Woman's Nose

    Butterfly Lands on a Woman's Nose
  • Butterfly Metallica

    Butterfly Metallica
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This contest is fueled by the following news: Tens of millions of snout butterflies -- scientifically known as Libytheana bachmanii larvata -- have swarmed into South Texas. The snout butterflies have ended up breeding in record profusion in the area. The snout butterflies are rather small, dull colored and have an appendage that allows themselves to attach to branches and look rather like leaves. There is concern that the snout butterflies may end up denuding hackberry trees in Texas. Experts maintain that the population explosion is the result of the drought in the region. The butterflies have thrived in the absence of many of their enemies who have not survived the drought. Generally, there is a 99 percent mortality rate among insects from the egg to adult stage. Even a minor adjustment in these odds can result in a tremendous population explosion. It is not clear why these butterflies are grouping and massing as they have been. Butterflies are not social creatures by nature and do not normally fly in flocks like birds ... and like the snout butterflies have been doing in Texas.
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