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Monarch butterflies are about 7 to 10 centimeters in size, with two sets of wings, and a deep orange colour with black borders and veins along with white spots on the edges. Monarchs travel from as far as Canada to escape the northern winter in the southern parts of the Pacific coast as a part of their seasonal migration.
The Monarch butterflies have lived on the Earth for ages. Unfortunately, they are gradually heading toward extinction. Deforestation and climate change are some of the factors for this outcome. Let’s appreciate the beauty of these butterflies. and take the initiative to protect monarch butterflies from habitat loss by planting asclepias in your garden, their primary food source.
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