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Where the monarch butterflies in your community go each autumn depends on your location. Monarchs that are east of the Rocky Mountains migrate to a mountain forest in south-central Mexico. The ones west of the Rocky Mountains migrate to southern California.


Monarch butterflies adapt to the tropical rain forest through natural instinct. The butterflies have a predetermined genetic makeup that allows them to adapt.


Monarch butterflies range from Central America north through Southern Canada. The majority migrate in the winter to Mexico though there are some non-migratory subspecies in the warmer regions of its range. The migration northward takes several generations, each generation lasting a few weeks. The migration southward, e.g. to Mexico, occurs in one longer-lived stage.Monarch butterflies have been introduced to Australia and New Zealand and Hawaii. They appear occasionally on the east side of the Atlantic, thought to be transported across the ocean. These populations are not known to migrate.Millions, even hundreds of millions, of Monarch butterflies traditionally migrate to Mexico, to a particular forest outside of Mexico City, each winter. There have been severe losses to the population of Monarchs in recent decades.any where except cold places


They declared the forest where they overwinter a protected area


While some Monarch butterflies may be found in the Rainforest, the majority of them will be found in the forest, pasture lands, and sometimes urban environments. These butterflies are known to feed on several different nectar plants, including Indian hemp and butterfly weed.


Monarch butterflies have been introduced to Australia and New Zealand and Hawaii. They appear occasionally on the east side of the Atlantic, thought to be transported across the ocean. Species outside of the US do not appear to migrate. A few subspecies have been identified in the US that do not migrate. That vast majority of Monarchs (hundreds of millions) migrate to a forest outside of Mexico City each winter.


depends. in northern Mexico there is desert scrub with chaparral then coniferous forest. in central and southern Mexico there is tropical rain forest and tropical grasslands.


there are butterflies in the forest but little


Forest Tent Caterpillars turn into moths not butterflies.


The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a widely known and familar butterfly. It is famous for its migration from the US and southern Canada to Mexico; however, it is also found in New Zealand, Australia, the Azores, and Western Europe. In Mexico alone there are hundreds of millions of monarchs decorating the forests each winter (50 million per hectare of Mexican forest). How many there are worldwide is anyone's guess.


Tropical rain forest. You can find Jaguars in Mexico and Guatemala (central america).


Avocados don't grow in the rain forest. It is from south central Mexico and it is a berry. They are considered subtropical trees.


2 days, 17 hours, 27 minutes, and 37 seconds. This is an exact approximation from the research bureau in the Brazilian rain forest.


A deciduous forest is one which includes trees that lose their leaves over the Fall and Winter, such as most forests in the United States. The Monarch Butterfly and Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly both live in deciduous forests.


The monarch butterflies can live in a variety of biomes like tropical rain forests, tropical scrub forest and temperate grassland. They prefer warmer climates in areas such as the Caribbean, North America, Australia, South America and New Zealand.



They live in Southern Mexico,Central America,South America,Caribean's,And in the rain forest.


It is on the highlands of central and southern Mexico. It is defined by temperate to cool forests along the Sierra Madre mountain ranges. One such example is the forests around the town of Cuetzalan, Mexico (20.018611, -97.521111).


Forest of Dean Central Railway was created in 1868.


Forest of Dean Central Railway ended in 1949.


they live in southern Mexico, Central America, South America, Caribbeans, and in rain forest.


The fertile soils of the central rain forest draw people.


in the very bottom or the very top


they live every where you can find more in the tropical forest .


I think you are talking about northern Mexico, which is part of the Sonoran and Chihuahuan deserts.Central and southern Mexico varies from temperate to hot-humid, with climates such as grassland, pine forest and tropical rain forests and jungles.