The land of giant butterflies right here at sayajibaug is full of giant version of the naturally found Menelaus blue morpho. Morpho menelaus is one of thirty species of butterfly in the subfamily Morphinae. Its wingspan is approximately 12 cm, and its dorsal forewings and hindwings are a bright, iridescent blue edged with black, while the ventral surfaces are brown. Its iridescent wings are an area of interest in research because of its unique microstructure.
Due to its characteristic blue color, Morpho menelaus is considered highly valuable among collectors and was widely hunted in the 20th century. However, deforestation remains the main threat to the survival of this species.
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Here’s a video that tries to capture the experience of being in the centre of a scene full of giant butterflies at Sayajibaug.
Experience Butterfly Land in 3D right here in a soopersim web player. Just hit the play button below and walk in the soopersim using W-A-S-D or up-down-left-right arrow keys and navigate your way in 3 dimensions using mouse left click. Don’t forget to share this with your friends and family.
SooperparK is an Augmented Reality park that is going to be spread across the entire earth. Yes, you heard it right, the entire earth. Starting from our very own smart city Vadodara, AR World is going to design and place simspots across India and then the world.
Bringing Augmented Reality based media right to our mobile phones, SooperpoP portal gives us the power to design and pin soopersims on geolocation. AR World brings to the citizens of Vadodara the first ever AR park in the history of parks at Sayajibaug.
Take out your smartphones and walk inside an Augmented World, pause the soopersim and feel like you are at the speed of light and time has frozen for you, learn about various facts of solar system by visually seeing it in front of your eyes, witness how the dinosaurs went extinct, stand in middle of world war II, play with giant turtles, sharks, whales, and octopuses right around you.