Monarch butterflies live in sub-tropical to tropical areas and in open habitats like fields, marshes, meadows and cleared roadsides. They are mainly found in countries such as the USA, Mexico, Canada, South America and Australia.
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where do monarch butterflies live
Monarch Butterfliesrange from North and South America and the Caribbean to Australia, New Zealand, the oceanic islands of the Pacific, Mauritius, the Canary Islands of the Atlantic, and, most recently, Western Europe.
Both male and female monarchs are bright orange with black borders and black veins. The veins on the female are thicker than those of the male. Male monarchs also have a swollen pouch on both of their hind wings. Monarchs are poisonous...