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Some colorful visitors have arrived in Cincinnati, all the way from Morocco!

The Krohn Conservatory's 'Butterflies of Morocco' exhibit opens to the public on Saturday.

Each year, the conservatory features a uniquely themed butterfly show. The Butterflies of Morocco exhibit offers colorful flowers and tropical plants, as well as 12,000 butterflies flown in all the way from Morocco.

Visitors can enjoy the plants and freely flying butterflies throughout the show room.

Butterflies of Morocco is scheduled April 20 - June 30, 2013. 

Admission for adults is $7, seniors are $6, and children are $4. Kids ages 4 and under are free.

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