Saturday, February 5, 2011

Saving Bramea

Untitled from carmarter on Vimeo.

We, students of class V E, have participated in an edition of TGR Basilicata to present an environmental problem that concerns us: the extinction of Bramea.
The European Bramea (Acantobramhea) is a butterfly very beautiful and rare. She lives in the green of lakes of Monticchio and was discovered in this place by the researcher Frederick Harting, in 1963. It is a moth with a wingspan of no less than seven centimeters and is the only species of the family Brahmaeidae living in Europe.
 Students of class V E


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