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Listen As Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Make One Of The Rarest Sounds On Earth

The captivating monarch butterfly is unmistakable with the stunning pattern on its delicate wings

A Mass migration takes place every winter, where millions of monarchs travel to hotter climates like in Mexico and California.

Those who survive the journey prefer these places so they can relax in the warm sun before heading home the following spring.

Phil Torres is the host of The Jungle Diaries and posed the question, “How many butterflies does it take to make a noise in the woods?”

Branch Covered in Monarch Butterflies

Well, the answer is in fact a few million.

When millions of these dainty butterflies flap their wings at the same time, they create an amazing sound

The monarch butter is in fact an endangered species, their population is declining and threatened by human actions.

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Written by Joe Kahlo

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