Abstract colorful butterflies and stripes with Rainbow sunshine background


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Abstract colorful butterflies and stripes with Rainbow sunshine background,including the following elements:
Rainbow,Stripes,Stylish,Water,Water drops,sunshine

This vector contains the following main colors: Atlantis,Hampton,Viking,Turbo,Pear
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butterfly wiki:
>For other uses, see Butterfly (disambiguation). Superfamily Hesperioidea:HesperiidaeSuperfamily Papilionoidea:PapilionidaePieridaeNymphalidaeLycaenidaeRiodinidae A butterfly is a flying insect of the order Lepidoptera belonging to one of the superfamilies Hesperioidea (the skippers) and Papilionoidea (all other butterflies). Some authors would include also members of the superfamily Hedyloidea, the American butterfly moths. Many butterflies have striking colours and patterns on their wings. When touched by humans they tend to lose small numbers of scales, that look like a fine powder. If they lose too many scales the butterfly's ability to fly will be impaired. People who study or collect butterflies (or the closely related moths) are called lepidopterists. Butterfly watching is growing in popularity as a hobby. See more at Wikipedia.org...

Rainbow wiki:
>For other uses, see Rainbow (disambiguation). A rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon that causes a nearly continuous spectrum of light to appear in the sky when the sun shines onto falling rain. It is a multicoloured arc with red on the outside and violet on the inside. The full sequence of colours is most commonly cited as red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet, though it is important to note that this is an inconsistent list; all primary and secondary colours are present in some form, but only one tertiary. It is commonly thought that indigo was included due to the different religious connotations of the numbers six and seven at the time of Isaac Newton's work on light, despite its lack of scientific significance and the poor ability of humans to distinguish colours in the blue portion of the visual spectrum. See more at Wikipedia.org...

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