How Planned Border Wall Will Kill Butterflies & Why You Should Care

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Monarch butterflies face extinction, and so does the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas, a sanctuary to at least 60 types of butterflies. The proposed border wall likely will mean the end of this sanctuary. Dwindling numbers of butterflies, ravaged by loss of habitats, climate changes and use of pesticides, do not just diminish beauty in the world. Dying populations of the winged insect also contribute to problems for the human populations. Learn more about butterflies plight and importance, as well as identify what actions you can take to help.


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