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2 times when migrating from Canada to Mexico
Monarch butterfly, which may migrate from Canada to Mexico.
Monarch butterflies can be found throughout southern Canada, all over the mainland United States, and as far south as the Caribbean
The Monarch butterfly lives all around the world. Mainly through the United States and Canada. also through the Australian area.
The Monarch Flies as far as Canada to Mexico to lay their eggs and die. When the babies hatch they make the journy back to where their parents came from.
The Monarch butterfly has been found in both New Zealand and Australia. It has also been discovered in Canada, South America, Ceylon and India among quite a few other countries as it migrates.
The monarch butterfly is native throughout the world but typically does not fly in cold places (i.e. north canada, scandinavia, north russia, antarctica, etc...).
No. Canada has a Prime Minister as the Head of Government, and the Monarch of Britain as Head of State.
It still has many different species of butterflies, such as the monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) which migrates into Mexico from Canada and the United States during winter months.
The monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) spends the summer in the United States and Canada, migrating during Winter months to forests in central and western Mexico.
The largest monarchy by population is Japan with 270 Million people. The largest country by area with a monarch is Canada.
It is a flight of 3,264 kilometers (2,028 miles) on a straight line.
yes the british monarch is the head of state canada
Because Canada still recognises the British Monarch as being the monarch of their country, despite being politically separate from the United Kingdom.
Mexico does not have a "national butterfly" or a "national insect", for that matter. However, the Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is the most known insect of its kind in Mexico, as it travels thousands of miles from Canada and the United States to spend the winter in forests along central and western Mexico.
Depends where you start! Most flights to Canada from the US and Europe will be non-stop.
The Monarch butterfly travels the furthest of all insects. It makes a return journey of 8,000 km every year from its homeland in Canada to Mexico. The monarch is the only butterfly known to make a two-way migration as birds do. Using environmental cues, the monarchs know when it is time to travel south for the winter. Monarchs use a combination of air currents and thermals to travel long distances. Some fly as far as 3,000 miles to reach their winter home!
The monarch butterfly has the longest migration of any butterfly species. They can fly from southern Canada to Mexico, a distance of 3000 miles. However, most of those that make the long journey South will not make it all the way back to their starting point. Instead, they will fly North until they find suitable habitat (milkweed plants), mate and lay eggs, then die. The offspring will fly further North, and the migration will continue in this stepping stone fashion.
The British monarch is also the Canadian monarch, as Canada is part of the British Commonwealth. Therefore, there is currently no King of Canada, but Elizabeth II is the Queen of Canada.
Canada has a Prime Minister.
Canada certainly does have a Monarch. The Crown of Canada exists separate and apart from any of the other Crowns.Canada's Monarch is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty is Canada's Head of State. When Her Majesty is not in Canada, She is represented by the Governor General.No, but we do have a monarchy.
Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the second, Queen of Canada.
Mean that Canada has a monarch.
he began his journey in Canada
Canada does not currently have a king. The monarch of Canada is Queen Elizabeth II.
a migrating animal is any animal that moves to another part of the earth during their life time regularily there are a lot of them but a few examples include monarch butterfly - who fly south to mexico in the winter and north to canada in the summer canadian goose - who fly the similar route to the monarch butterfly atlantic salmon - who swims inland into rivers to lay eggs then back out to the ocean to live
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