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Bryna Pizzo
Bryna Pizzo4 years ago

Thank you for the breathtakingly beautiful video. (p, t)

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Olivia S.
Past Member 4 years ago

Lovely video, thank you. About 15 years ago I gathered some milkweed seeds from the pods near my office, brought them home and scattered them around our 3 acres.The following year the monarchs came and my husband I enjoyed watching them lay their eggs, then the caterpillars totally consuming the milkweed plants. Last year though we saw one monarch come we didn't see any caterpillars. Thankfully this year we "had babies".

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Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton5 years ago

Thanks for posting.

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Winn Adams
Winn A5 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

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Edgar Zuim
Edgar Zuim5 years ago

It is breathtaking. Nature is wonderful!

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Bob P.
Bob P5 years ago

thanks

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jayasri amma
jayasri amma5 years ago

wonderful thank you

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Andrea Nemec
Andrea Nemec6 years ago

Real beauty of nature! :)

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Alisha L.
Past Member 6 years ago

The life cycle of Monarch Butterflies includes a change of form called complete metamorphosis. The monarch goes through four radically different stages. The four stages of the monarch butterfly life cycle are the egg, the larvae, the pupa, and the adult butterfly. The eggs are laid by the females during spring and summer breeding months.The eggs hatch or after the four days, revealing worm like larvae, the caterpillars. In the pupa or chrysalis stage, the caterpillar spins a silk pad on a twig, leaf, etc and hangs from this pad by its last pair of prolegs.
http://www.wildlifeworld360.com/majestic-monarch-butterflies.html

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Donna B.
Donna B6 years ago

Beautiful. There are miracles all around us.

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