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The Danaus Plexippus belonging to the family Danaidae more commonly known as the Monarch Butterfly is one of Natures most beautiful and well-recognized insects This elaborate creature is classified according to its 1 large wingspan approximately 10 centimeters across at times and proportionally smaller body 2 shingle-like scale covering on these wings 3 a pair of antennae on its head as well as 4 having mouth parts which resemble drinking straws in the 4th largest order of insects along with Moths known as Lepidoptera Greek lepis scale ptera wing The Monarch Butterfly is an insect which like most other insects has a hard outer skeletal structure known as an exoskeleton and a body divided into three segments the head thorax and abdomen The Monarch like all other butterflies has two knobs or clubs at the tips of its two antennae which protrude from its head as well as drinking-straw-like mouthparts These physical features as well as the blazing orange-reddish tones highlighting the wings and emphasizing the sporadic white spots on the black body of the butterfly are the main features depicting the Monarch Butterfly The Butterfly in general is found almost everywhere on the glove except the Antarctic and Oceanic regions The Monarch being one of these creatures is found primarily in North America throughout diverse biomes such as forests grasslands deserts and alpine highlands Monarchs habitats vary from flowery meadows and fields along stream banks roadsides edges of woods and in clearings glades and nature reserves of all sorts The Monarch as described prefers open sunny settings and is often found on prairies and in deserts following spells of rain Monarchs also generally prefer undisruptive habitats places where humans dont reside or in populated areas where gardeners have planted flowers herbs and shrubs that are attractive to the Monarch The Monarch accompanies an array of butterfly species globally and the butterfly species like many others reaches its
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