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Monarch Butterfly On A Sunflower Puzzle Details:

About: It's time for a new puzzle. Today's we're featuring a Monarch butterfly sitting on a sunflower. The upper side of the monarch's wings is tawny-orange, the veins and margins are black, and in the margins are two series of small white spots. The fore wings also have a few orange spots near the tip. The underside is similar, but the tip of the fore wing and hind wing are yellow-brown instead of tawny-orange and the white spots are larger. The monarch is famous for its southward late summer/autumn migration from the United States and southern Canada to Mexico and coastal California, and northward return in spring.
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