Forget GPS! Monarch butterflies use magnetic compass to navigate and migrate

June 25, 2014 11:32 AM

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Monarch butterflies make their way from the eastern United States to central Mexico every year, and a new study shows they may follow the Earth's magnetic field to do it. (Photo : Public domain/Art Planet)

Monarch butterflies make their way from the eastern United States to central Mexico every year, and a new study shows they may follow the Earth's magnetic field to do it.

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