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  • "It is now necessary for the United States and Canada to do their part and protect the butterflies' habitat in their territories," Vidal said.

    Monarch butterflies drop ominously in Mexico →

  • Omar Vidal, the World Wildlife Fund director in Mexico, said: "The conservation of the Monarch butterfly is a shared responsibility between Mexico, the United States and Canada. By protecting the reserves and having practically eliminated large-scale illegal logging, Mexico has done its part."

    Monarch butterflies drop ominously in Mexico →

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