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In this photo taken  Nov. 5, 2010, Felix Solis Martinez, a leader of communal farmlands, takes a break as he lies down at a valley the forest of San Juan Xoconusco, Mexico,  part of the wintering grounds of the Monarch butterfly in the mountains west of Mexico City. The Monarch butterfly reserve in the mountains west of Mexico City is a link between developed and developing nations, the butterflies migrate to Mexico from the United States and Canada, and its has benefited from international help, like payments to communities to preserve trees and alternative income projects that helped cut the deforestation rate here by about 95 percent.  (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
Photo by: Dario Lopez-Mills
In this photo taken Nov. 5, 2010, Felix Solis Martinez, a leader of communal farmlands, takes a break as he lies down at a valley the forest of San Juan Xoconusco, Mexico, part of the wintering grounds of the Monarch butterfly in the mountains west of Mexico City. The Monarch butterfly reserve in the mountains west of Mexico City is a link between developed and developing nations, the butterflies migrate to Mexico from the United States and Canada, and its has benefited from international help, like payments to communities to preserve trees and alternative income projects that helped cut the deforestation rate here by about 95 percent. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

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