Butterflies at New York exhibit educate the public

Over 100 species of the world's butterflies are on display at New York's Museum of Natural History.

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    For the past 20 years, the American Museum of Natural History has had an annual butterfly exhibit to educate the public about the threats all insects face from climate change.

    These exhibits are becoming more significant as climate change intensifies and the urgency of taking action increases.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Kristen Saloomey reports


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