Woman's Ecuador hunt for namesake butterfly


A 19-year-old woman travelled 6,000 miles (9,650km) to try to find a butterfly in the wild which was named after her.

In 1998 Isobel Talks, from Ashwell in Hertfordshire, won a competition to have a butterfly named after her. She had a week to track one down in Ecuador.

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