How much do monarch butterfly weight?
No, monarch butterfly is a common noun, a word for any monarch butterfly anywhere. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title; for example: Thelma 'Butterfly' McQueen, actress Monarch Mountain, Monarch, CO Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, Mexico (UNESCO World Heritage Site) Monarch Inn, Norfolk, VA and Butterfly Grove Inn, Pacific Grove, CA "Monarch: Butterfly"(stage four of "Monarch" series), by Aaron Pitters
The viceroy butterfly does not eat milkweed, it is a mimic of the monarch butterfly which does eat milkweed. The milkweed makes the monarch butterfly toxic to birds. Once a bird eats its first monarch butterfly it gets so sick that it learns to never try to eat anything that looks like a monarch butterfly ever again. The viceroy butterfly has evolved to mimic the monarch butterfly to avoid being eaten by birds that have…
The Viceroy Butterfly looks almost identical to the monarch butterfly, and that makes the viceroy a mimic. Birds know that monarchs are not good to eat, so the viceroy avoids being eaten by looking like the monarch. The queen butterfly, the painted lady and others are sometimes mistaken for monarch butterflies.