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Canada, Mexico, US agree to protect butterflies

Wildlife officials in Mexico, the United States and Canada have agreed to work together to protect the Monarch butterfly, which makes a spectacular migration every year from Canada to Mexico.
Officials from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, Canada's Wildlife Service and Parks Agency and Mexico's Secretariat of the Environment and Natural Resources have designated 13 wildlife preserves as protected areas, the Fish and Wildlife Service said on Wednesday.

The informal agreement will include sharing information about ways to preserve the habitat and migratory pathways of the butterflies, said Donita Cotter, a spokeswoman for the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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