Why do the butterfly stay in cocoon?

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Before mating, the adult female seeks out a host plant suitable as a food source for young caterpillars. Surprisingly, she uses her legs to "taste" the plants to find the
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It can open in as little as 2 weeks with a fully formed
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Monarch butterflies do not make a cocoon. They stay in the chrysalis stage for varying lengths of time depending on the temperature. Two weeks is about right for summer. They don't
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