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Monarch butterflies might be harder to find this year, scientists announced this week. After a significant rise last year, the number of monarch butterflies at winter breeding grounds in Mexico is down. Last winter, storms toppled trees and severely damaged the habitat, which, coupled with cold and wet weather, was “enough to kill many millions” of the colorful creatures. (USA Today)

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