Credit: HEITI PAVES/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Red admiral butterfly (Vanessa atalanta) feeding on a Rudbeckia flower. Red admirals, like most butterflies, feed on nectar, a sweet liquid produced by some flowers. The red admiral butterfly is a migrant, found in Britain mostly during the summer months after flying north from the Mediterranean. It is also found in North America, and Asia. This footage was obtained in August.

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Red admiral butterfly feeding on a flower

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Duration: 00:00:25.29

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