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Monarch Butterfly

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carlos salas

on 27 October 2015

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Transcript of Monarch Butterfly

From Caterpillar to Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly
Extra Facts
Monarch butterflies feed on nectar from flowers and liquids from fruit
Monarch butterflies are also threatened because of many deaths during migration
Dangers to butterflies
Butterflies face many dangers while migrating
One of the many dangers they face is bad weather like rain, snow, heat waves, etc.
They also have many predators like cats, birds, & humans.
The way caterpillars grow into butterflies is extraordinary
The caterpillar grows and sheds it's skin 5 times and forms a chrysalis in which he stays for about 10 days
After the 10 day period a newly formed butterfly emerges waits for it's wings to dry and then takes flight
Caterpillar eggs are usually laid on a milkweed plant
After the caterpillar is born it will feed on the plant and grow

Butterfly Migration
Monarch butterfly migration lasts from 2 to 3 months
The butterflies migrate because they can't withstand the freezing weather in the north
The butterflies migrate all the way to Mexico and spend the winter there
The End
Presentation by:
Sarah, Carlos, Emily, Christian, and Mark
Butterfly Migration pt.2
After spending winter in Mexico the Butterflies will fly back to America mating on the way
Then the offspring will continue doing this for about 2-3 generations
Then the 4th generation will fly back to Mexico for winter
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