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Sub han Allah: The Magnificient Monarchs (Video)

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Sub han Allah: Great Migrations of the Monarch Butterflies (Video)

Subhana’llah: Larva (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Larvae live in diverse habitats, include fresh and salt water, soil, decaying material and as parasites of plants and animals. The lifespan of a larva varies according to the species. The larvae of monarch butterflies have lifespans of about two weeks, while other butterfly and moth species can live as a larva for a single week to as long as six weeks, in the case of the moth Actias luna.

Documentary: The Incredible Journey of the Butterflies (Video)

info-pictogram1 Orange-and-black wings fill the sky as NOVA charts one of nature’s most remarkable phenomena: the epic migration of monarch butterflies across North America. NOVA’s filmmakers followed monarchs on the wing throughout their extraordinary odyssey.
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MONARCH BUTTERFLY MIGRATION

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Individually, Monarch butterflies are orange and black, but when they mass for migration they fill the air with color. Their migration path covers a large part of North America and is prompted by the sensitivity of the butterflies to cold. In warmer areas the butterflies overwinter in large groups that may cover whole trees.