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Monarchs in the Classroom

focuses on research and understanding of monarch butterflies. Learn about their growth, natural enemies, interactions with milkweed, migration, population dynamics, and more. (University of Minnesota, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

Monarchs are native to North and South America, but spread throughout much of the world in the 1800's. They were first seen in Hawaii in the 1840's, and spread throughout the South Pacific in the 1850's-60's. In the early 1870's, the first monarchs were reported in Australia and New Zealand.
Monarch butterfly on flower

Adult monarch

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