(Monica Akhtar/The Washington Post)
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A ‘truly magnificent migration’ is under threat
Dr. Chip Taylor, professor emeritus of ecology at University of Kansas, says the drop in Monarch butterflies numbers show how humans are affecting the Earth.
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