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This sentence was initially added as a translation of sentence #1344579
added by Guybrush88, January 22, 2012
edited by Guybrush88, August 29, 2013
landed on his hand
"The butterfly landed on the hand" would work, but only if the hand had been previously mentioned in an abstract, nonpersonalized way:
Suddenly, a hand appeared. The butterfly landed on the hand.
"On his hand" would be much more common. However, making that change might break the translations.