A Farm in Kenya Makes 100,000 Dollars a Year by Exporting Butterflies

The farm grows and exports exotic butterflies.

“Agro-Center” tells more about it.

Details: The farm is located in the Kenyan Arabukko-Sokoke Reserve.

Butterflies are as apart of a local Kipepeo Butterfly Project, which has been active for 27 years.

Workers catch insects and bring them home. When puppets appear, they hand them over to the farm and get paid.

Butterflies are intended for export: they are transported in special containers made of thin and light plastic. Puppets are bought by gardeners and scientists for research.

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