A tiny monarch hatches from its egg. It steps out into the
world, then turns back and eats its own shell. One monarch can lay hundreds of eggs. How many survive life's challenges and become adult monarch butterflies? This week, explore the limiting factors that keep the monarch population from growing exponentially.
Images: Elizabeth Howard
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