We are sensing monarch butterflies. We are sensing movement, taste, noise, and sight.
I think that that when we move the cage, the butterflies will not be active. The results were that they did not seem to be affected by being moved. They did not move much.
I think that when the butterflies are in the dark, they will not be active, but in the light, they will be active. The results were that the butterflies were not active in the dark and more active in the light.
I think that when we put a radio on next to the butterflies, they will be active. The results were that the butterflies were not very active. Even with a scream, a dog barking, and a loud clap, the butterflies did not move much.
When we put lemon juice, honey and vinegar in the cage with the butterflies, I guessed that the butterflies would go to the honey because honey is sweet, and I think nectar is sweet. The results are that the butterflies went to the vinegar sponge first, but a couple of them moved on to the honey sponge (the butterflies went to the vinegar sponge and acted weird).
I put a hairdryer that blew hot air onto the plastic cage where a butterfly was stuck to. The butterfly moved its feet the same way people do when they step on something hot. When I put an ice cube next to the cage where a butterfly was, I did not notice any reaction. I held the ice in the same spot for a couple minutes.