July 2, 2015


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The end of the monarch's reign

Butterfly numbers are plummeting as herbicides wipe out its life source -- milkweed

The number of Monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico has plunged. The loss of milkweed due to herbicides almost exactly mirrors the decline in monarch egg production.

MARCO UGARTE / THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE

The number of Monarch butterflies wintering in Mexico has plunged. The loss of milkweed due to herbicides almost exactly mirrors the decline in monarch egg production.

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