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A Flutter of Hope for Monarch Butterflies
Transcript of A Flutter of Hope for Monarch Butterflies
the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)
Who is involved?
The FWS pledged $3.2 billion to protect monarch butterflies.
This article also tells the reader theories of how the monarch butterfly population is lessening.
What is the focus of this article?
On February 9th, the FWS pledged 3.2 billion dollars to protect monarchs because their population has dropped by 90 percent in recent years.
When did this happen?
I think that protecting monarch butterflies is important to the environment because butterflies are one of the many pollinators in our world.
from my perspective
witness a monarch butterfly emerging from its chrysalis
milkweed is a popular snack for monarch butterflies big and small
Thank you for watching!
long live monarch butterflies