Why does Monarch Caterpillers eat its own eggshell?
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Asked in Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species, Butterflies and Moths, Photosynthesis, Monarch Butterflies
How do monarch butterflies benefit from photosynthesis?
Asked in History of England, United Kingdom
Why did the countries of the British empire help them?
What are the negatives of Australia being in the British Empire?
Where does an absolute monarch get his power to rule?
Asked in History, Politics & Society
What is a Minority of the Monarch?
The "minority of the monarch" is when the monarch of any given nation is too young to rule properly, so a regent is chosen to govern in the name and on behalf of the Sovereign until the monarch comes of age. Most monarchies have their own systems, but to take the example of the United Kingdom, the Regency Acts ensure that there is an appropriate head-of-state through a Regency on the account of the minority of the monarch or if the monarch is incapable of performing royal functions. In the United Kingdom, I believe the monarch has to be 18 or older to govern by themselves.