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        Dragonfly

        The dragonfly belongs to the order Odonata (along with the damselfly) and the suborder Anisoptera. Dragonflies have actually been around since before the Jurassic Period, and live all over the world. Dragonflies are born with two sets of wings, and use both when flying. They hold their wings down and perpendicular to their body when at rest.

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        The dragonfly belongs to the order Odonata (along with the damselfly) and the suborder Anisoptera. Dragonflies have actually been around since before the Jurassic Period, and live all over the world. Dragonflies are born with two sets of wings, and use both when flying.

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        Dragonfly #2

        The dragonfly belongs to the order Odonata (along with the damselfly) and the suborder Anisoptera. Dragonflies have actually been around since before the Jurassic Period, and live all over the world. Dragonflies are born with two sets of wings, and use both when flying.

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        Dragonfly #3

        The dragonfly belongs to the order Odonata (along with the damselfly) and the suborder Anisoptera. Dragonflies have actually been around since before the Jurassic Period, and live all over the world. Dragonflies are born with two sets of wings, and use both when flying.

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