How Long Does It Take for a Monarch Butterfly to Erupt from Their Chrysalis?

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The monarch butterfly larvae stays inside their chrysalis for a period of about ten to fourteen days before the adult erupts out of the covering. The expected life expectancy of the adult is about two to six weeks.
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