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Every fall, millions of Monarch butterflies make the 3,000-mile journey from Canada along the California coastline to central Mexico.
The mysterious Monarch butterfly, which migrates annually between Canada and Mexico, is now facing a new peril: another insect thriving in Western Mexican forests.
U.S. Precious Metals, Inc. (USPR.OB OTCBB) ("USPR"), through its CEO M. Jack Kugler, announced today that the drilling campaign in southern Michoacan, Mexico continues to produce ore intercepts. Drill hole number 3 intersected a 40 foot section of a quartz sulfide vein.
The annual arrival of millions of Monarch butterflies from the forests of eastern Canada to the central Mexican mountains for the winter is an aesthetic and scientific wonder. And this year, they won't be flying alone.
The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a well-known North American butterfly with easily identifiable orange and black wings. The females have darker veins on their wings, and the males have a spot in the center of each hindwing from which pheromones are released. Monarchs are especially noted for their lengthy annual migration. They make massive southward migrations from August through October. A northward migration takes place in the spring. During these migrations the females...
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