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Monarch Butterfly

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Cassie Stephens

on 5 April 2015

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Transcript of Monarch Butterfly

The King of Butterflies
Monarch Butterfly
Monarch butterflies are considered to be the most beautiful. They are considered the "King" of all butterflies which is how they got the name monarch.
The Monarch Butterfly
There are four stages to the life of a butterfly. The first is the egg then the larvae (caterpillar).
The Four Stages of the Monarch Butterfly
Every year, there are four generations of Monarch butterflies. The first generation begins when the butterflies travel north to lay their eggs. This happens four times in one year! The fourth generation of butterflies migrates to Mexico where they wait for until winter weather has passed. Then the cycle beings again.
Monarchs in Mexico
Monarch butterflies travel up to 3000 miles to reach Mexico. This is more than any other insect! However, sad things are having an impact on their journey. Vanishing habitats and the use of insecticides are harming these beautiful butterflies.
Millions of Monarchs in Mexico
The larvae becomes the
chrysalis which then
emerges as an adult
Monarch butterfly.
How Can We Help?
We can start by making our friends and family aware of what we have learned. This can be done by telling them AND creating beautiful art! Let's learn how we are going to create Monarch masterpieces that will tell the whole school about this magnificent butterfly!
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