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Millions Of Monarch Butterflies Migrate To Mexico Making One Of Most Magnificent Sounds On Earth

Winter is the migration season of many animal species, including the Monarch butterfly. These captivating animals always catch our attention with their unmistakable wing pattern. But how about millions of them making noise together?

In winter 2019, a magnificent sound was recorded in a video while a massive number of Monarch butterflies were making their way to Mexican skies. Nature host Phil Torres from The Jungle Diaries, who filmed the video, couldn’t wait to share it with people on Twitter:

Can you hear the sound they all took off and flew? It was much like that of a waterfall. According to Phil Torres, such majestic sound required several millions of butterflies to flap their delicate wings at the same time.

Source: The Jungle Diaries

The scene when they gathered in clusters on trees covering entire branches and leaves was also breath-talking. Nature is such a mysteriously beautiful place with thousands of things waiting for us to explore. And the Monarch butterflies making one of the rarest sounds on Earth is an example.

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Watch the footage here:

Every winter, the Monarch butterfly travels from colder, northern homes to warmer climates such as Mexico or California. Despite the countless number of them you that can see in the video, they are actually endangered insects. The reasons for their decline include the use of pesticides, climate change, illegal logging that destroys their habitat.

Source: The Jungle Diaries

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