Created on Tuesday, 14 June 2016 00:00
Written by Cheryl Teo Kai Lin
Hundreds of millions of Monarch Butterflies flock from Canada and the United States every year, traveling as far as 2,500 miles to the forests of Michoacan, Mexico in what is known as the world’s largest insect migration. Multitudinous butterflies cluster together and cover every square inch of the trees and the ground, turning the area into a sea of orange and black. It looks like something out of a fairytale, and something like this should be protected and preserved forever, but mankind threatens the very existence of it.
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