A butterfly has six legs. Take a close look at the body of a butterfly and you’ll see three sections: a head, a middle area called the thorax, and an abdomen.
A butterfly has sensors called chemoreceptors on its legs and feet.
No. But, Monarch butterflies along with the other members of their family put a little twist on how they use their legs.
For instance, a Monarch butterfly may use its forelegs for grooming purposes.