Monarch butterfly numbers in Mexico plummet to near record low

February 09, 2024

In the mid-1990s, monarch butterflies could be found on around 45 acres of the same forests covered largely by pine and fir trees, along the border between Michoacan and Mexico states. monarch butterfly rests on a leaf at the Sierra Chincua butterfly sanctuary in Angangeo, Michoacan state, Mexico December 3, 2022. Monarch butterflies fly at the Sierra Chincua butterfly sanctuary in Angangeo, Michoacan state, Mexico. "We can't lower our guard," Jorge Rickards, head of WWF's Mexico office, told reporters after releasing the latest data. Monarch butterflies rest on a tree at the Sierra Chincua butterfly sanctuary in Angangeo, Michoacan state, Mexico December 6, 2023.

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