Metamorphosis - Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Metamorphosis - Life Cycle of a Butterfly
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Metamorphosis is a biological processes synonymous with change and growth. Use this deck with illustrations of the life cycle of a butterfly to explain product lifecycles, project phases, growth and business plans.

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Metamorphosis is a biological processes that explains the change and growth in ecology. Use the analogy of the life cycle of a butterfly to explain business life cycles, project phases, growth and business plans. Our 15-deck editable PowerPoint deck has high resolution images of the life cycle of the butterfly. Start ups can correlate the various stages in metamorphosis to different stages in business growth.

This editable PPT has vector illustrations of the cocoon, caterpillar and butterflies. Text can be easily added to the slides by the user to make an impactful presentation. *

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