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He ran to get scissors, and then walked back because he had learned not to run with scissors…. He snipped the cocoon to make the hole bigger and the butterfly quickly emerged! As the butterfly came out the boy was surprised. It had a swollen body and small, shriveled wings. He continued to watch the butterfly expecting that, at any moment, the wings would dry out, enlarge and expand to support the swollen body.

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But neither happened! The butterfly spent the rest of its life crawling around with a swollen body and shriveled wings. If the pupa fell off a stick during its growing process, you can reattach it high up on the stick with a tiny drop of nontoxic glue. When a butterfly is ready to emerge, it should take just a few minutes for the animal to break free and spread its wings.

Confirm that the chrysalis is firmly planted to a high spot on its stick, and then carefully use a tweezer or small pin to slit the chrysalis. Unfortunately, not all caterpillars make it to the butterfly stage. Despite your attempt to help, the butterfly may not emerge, possibly because it has succumbed to infection or dehydration.