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- Of all butterflies, only monarchs make the staggering two-way migration each year, often traveling up to 3,000 miles.
- Millions of migrating monarchs gather in Mexico, covering the trees so densely that branches break from their weight.
- As larvae, they feed exclusively on milkweed plants, which contain compounds that make the monarchs poisonous.
- The monarch butterflies’ brilliant orange wings serve to advertise their toxicity to potential predators.