Drought reduces number of monarch butterflies migrating to Mexico

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Millions of monarch butterflies migrate from Canada and the US to Mexico every year.

But this year the sanctuary expects fewer winged visitors as the prolonged drought in the US and Mexico has affected their numbers.

Liliet Heredero reports.

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