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Monarch Butterflies

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Season 3, Episode 1

Few works of art can match the beauty and delicacy of the monarch butterfly. But changing environmental conditions have brought about a drastic decline in the monarch butterfly population in north America. Organizations like Monarch Watch, and The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art in Millersburg, Pennsylvania are calling upon all of us to help save these priceless pieces of nature's artwork.

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