Farfalla Monarca

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Farfalla Monarca

Farfalla Monarca
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Migra per una distanza di quasi 3.000 miglia su di una rotta che va dal nord-est degli Stati Uniti d’America fino al Messico, dove trascorre la stagione invernale.
Le farfalle Monarca sono famose per la loro straordinaria migrazione che copre una distanza di quasi 3.000 miglia. Ogni anno, in una valle in Messico, gli alberi sono coperti di queste farfalle che trascorrono la stagione invernale in condizioni protette. Con i cambiamenti climatici, anche il clima in questa valle cambia. Questo pone un rischio per queste farfalle, il cui ciclo annuale viene ad essere disgregato.
Tu colleghi un animale con una stagione in particolare, forse per il motivo che migra?
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    this butterfly is very beautiful such an amazing creature
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    Hello,

    I think that this exhibited object is closely related to a famous butterfly garden in South America, located in Colombia.

    I have translated a fragment of the official website of this place (which is originally in Spanish):

    “The most beautiful butterfly garden in the world:

    The department of Quindío, located in the central Andes of Colombia, is an area of high biological diversity due to the fact that its soils are formed by volcanic ashes, and it has a rainfall of more than 2,200 mm. As a fun fact, its forests date back to the Tertiary period. […] This generated a high number of species of flora, fauna, bacteria, fungi, and microorganisms.

    Quindío is an exceptional place for the contemplation of nature. That was the reason for building a butterfly garden, to highlight the close relationship between plants and these marvellous insects. The idea of building the Butterfly Garden of Quindío was expressed by the founder of the garden, Alberto Gómez Mejía, in 1991 in London to the famous English conservationist Miriam Rothschild, who gave him the first indications for its successful realisation”.

    https://jardinbotanicoquindio.org/mariposario/

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