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I, for one, welcome our new butterfly overlords.
they pry don't know just how to deal with the utter lack of gravity
They look huge. Did they get larger because of the lack of gravity, or did Nasa use a small lens. HA
Do these butterflies even try to fly in microgravity? I want to see the video!
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