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Hunt on for monarch butterfly eggs in the gardens of Canada

By AFP
05 September 2021   |   10:06 am
With a magnifying glass in one hand and notebook in the other, butterfly enthusiasts are on the hunt for monarch eggs. In Canada, hundreds of hunters take part in the annual monarch census counting, as the emblematic butterflies remain threatened by extinction.

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