Beautiful butterfly is finally getting a new name, and it’s a little more cute than its original moniker.
The newly named butterfly will be released to the public this weekend.
It will be called the “Pombe” butterfly, according to a statement on the butterfly’s website.
“We want to be known as the butterfly that brings sunshine and smiles to people everywhere,” the statement said.
The butterfly will debut in the city of Pumang in Laos on Saturday, April 15, with the unveiling of the first flower.
It was named after the city in the North West region of Laos, according the statement.
It is part of a nationwide butterfly program that aims to help people make positive changes in their lives.
The city has been a home for many species of butterfly since it was founded in the 1960s.
It now has around 3,000 species.
In recent years, the city has had to cope with a spike in its population, as the population shrank due to habitat loss and the disease pandemic.
It also has the largest population of white-tailed hawks in the country, with more than 8,000 in total.
The population of the Pumagong butterfly is also down in recent years.
The species has also suffered a decrease in numbers due to deforestation and pollution.
It has been listed as critically endangered.
In the city, it’s estimated that about 90% of the butterflies in the area have been culled, according Toomong, the mayor of Pembe.
But the Pemang mayor believes that the city is on the right track.
“The people who have chosen to come here are the ones that have worked hard, and the people who want to come, it will not be a problem,” Toomog said.
“They will be able to come in and have a good time, because the city itself is a great place to live.”