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Monarch Butterfly Population Crashes to Record Lows

Monarch Butterfly Population Crashes to Record Lows

Scientists and observers have reported about a record drop in the number of monarch butterflies. The scientists have come to this conclusion after monitoring the species in Central and Eastern North America, which is their home in the summers.

Earlier, it was expected that while on their journey back after spending winters in Mexico, the number of monarch butterflies will increase by manifold. However, there are almost no signs that suggested the increasing number of the insects.

Rare Images of Eagle and Deer caught in Camera

Rare Images of Eagle and Deer caught in Camera

Some recently captured array of images where a golden eagle had been found attacking a sika deer has been doing the rounds in the animal world.

This is a camera trap that has been set up in the Lazovskii State Nature Reserve in Primorye in the southern Russian Far East. Linda Kerely and other Zoological Society of London researchers have been found assessing the region of Amur tigers.

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