Caeleb Dressel Wins 100-M Butterfly, Third Gold Medal and a World

[ad_1] Caeleb Dressel from the United States won his third gold medal at this Olympics, setting the world record in the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 49.45 seconds. Dressel already holds the world record (49.5 seconds in 2019) and the Olympic record (49.71, Friday) and came to the final as favourites. No one else …

Canadian Maggie MacNeil came first in the women’s 100m butterfly.

[ad_1] In the 100m butterfly, Canadian Margaret MacNeil swam 55.59, defeating China’s Yufei Zhang and Australia’s Emma McKeon. 18-year-old American Torri Huske missed the pace of the swimming youth movement in the USA and missed the bronze medal by one hundredth of a second. Huske led the swimmers group on the comeback, but his pace …

This Butterfly Was the First Human Butterfly Extinct in North America

[ad_1] More than a century ago, a bluish butterfly flew between the sand dunes of San Francisco’s Sunset District and laid its eggs on a plant known as stagweed. As the city’s development grazed the dunes and deer, the butterflies disappeared. The last Xerces blue butterfly was collected by an entomologist from Lobos Creek in …

Famous Blue Butterfly: Still Extinct, But More Distinctive

[ad_1] More than a century ago, a bluish butterfly flew between the sand dunes of San Francisco’s Sunset District and laid its eggs on a plant known as stagweed. As the city’s development grazed the dunes and deer, the butterflies disappeared. The last Xerces blue butterfly was collected by an entomologist from Lobos Creek in …