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2022-05-25 10:47:21 AM  
 A few people lately got interested in helping them...
So a whole lot more survived..

That's called the butterfly effect.
 
2022-05-25 11:53:21 AM  
Yay!

We live on a few rural acres and cater to monarchs with lots of the various milkweeds growing here.
Here's a Monarch caterpillar munching on a milkweed leaf:
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2022-05-25 12:02:35 PM  

vudukungfu: A few people lately got interested in helping them...
So a whole lot more survived..

That's called the butterfly effect.


Not sure if get_out.gif
 
2022-05-25 2:05:58 PM  
"YES! GROW, MY FLUTTERING HORDE, AND SOON ALL SHALL FEEL THE WRATH OF THE MIGHTY MONARCH!"

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2022-05-25 5:35:13 PM  
How do they know if some of them just went somewhere else for year then came back?
 
2022-05-26 8:20:36 AM  
We grow a rather large butterfly garden and raise monarchs so happy to hear about the improvement.
 
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