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Fact or Opinion? Butterflies
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A fact is something that is true and is supported by evidence. An opinion is something you believe or feel to be true and is open to debate. Read each statement and decide if it is a fact or an opinion.

Statement Fact Opinion
All butterflies have six legs.    
The caterpillar is the larval form of a butterfly.    
Moths and butterflies are closely related.    
All butterflies have two antennae.    
I hope some butterflies don't go extinct.    

All butterflies have three pairs of legs.    
Butterflies and moths are insects.    
The biggest butterfly is the Queen Alexandra butterfly.    
Butterflies are cute.    
Butterflies undergo metamorphosis.    

Caterpillars eat leaves.    
Silk is made from the cocoons of the silkworm, which is a moth.    
People shouldn't kill and collect butterflies.    
Monarchs are the prettiest butterfly.    
All butterflies have a hard exoskeleton.    

Butterflies begin life as an egg.    
Some butterflies migrate over long distances.    
Caterpillars are nicer than worms.    
Adult butterflies drink through a straw-like proboscis.    
All butterflies have a three-part body, with head, abdomen and thorax.    



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