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美国服装设计师为蝴蝶补翅膀意外成网红

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Romy McCloskey, a professional costume designer from Texas employed her skills to mend the broken wing of a Monarch butterfly and shared the results online.

近日,得克萨斯州职业服装设计师罗米·麦克洛斯基运用她的技能修复了一只帝王蝶残缺的翅膀,并在网上分享了结果。

美国服装设计师为蝴蝶补翅膀意外成网红

McCloskey recently found a Monarch with a badly damaged wing, suffering the injury while in the pupating phase of its development. So she decided to save it with surgery.

麦克洛斯基最近发现一只帝王蝶在发育到化蛹阶段时受伤,翅膀受损严重。因此她决定通过手术来拯救这只蝴蝶。

McCloskey grabbed few utensils, including "a towel, scissors, tweezers, talc, contact cement, toothpick" before sending the patient to the "operating room".

麦克洛斯基拿了一些器具,包括“一条毛巾、几把剪刀、几把镊子、滑石粉、接触水泥、牙签”,然后把蝴蝶带入“手术室”。

McCloskey secures the Monarch with a bent wire hanger, cutting away the damaged pieces.

麦克洛斯基用弯曲的钢丝衣架固定住蝴蝶,剪下蝴蝶翅膀破损的部分。

After applying the wing from a dead butterfly she had found the week before, McCloskey shows the Monarch almost as good as new.

在她把前一周发现的死亡蝴蝶的翅膀粘上去后,这只帝王蝶几乎恢复如初。

"A quick spin around the backyard, then a little rest on one of the bushes… and then off he flew!" the designer said. "My heart soared with him, for sure!"

这位设计师表示:“它在后院快速旋转之后,在灌木丛中休息片刻后就飞了出去!我的心和它一起飞起来了!”

McCloskey said that she hopes the instructions will encourage others to help injured butterflies, but warns 'that you have a steady hand or you could cause more harm than good.

麦克洛斯基称,她希望这些说明能鼓励其他人帮助受伤的蝴蝶,但是她也警告称,你必须有双不颤抖的手,否则你就会好心办坏事。

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