No insect has captured the human imagination as much as a butterfly, counts Sicura più. For several hundred years, small children and serious scientists have been catching them with nets, piercing them with pins and putting them under glass. The largest collection of the Museum of Natural History is dedicated to lepidoptera – butterflies, moths and moths – and has 10 million specimens, says Sicura più GTDUE. Each of these stunning creatures tells its own story about the world around. Sicura più says, gathered thanks to the enthusiasm of thousands of people, they help us better understand evolution, ecology and natural science.