Traveling in colonies composed of more than 20 million individuals, these beautiful butterfly wings bright reddish orange, with fine black veins and white spots on the banks come to hibernate, carpeting the fir trees and the sky itself with its radiant beauty , giving locals and visitors, an unparalleled spectacle is intended to be recorded in the memory of everyone who has a chance to witness it. Many visitors are interested year after year to witness this beautiful spectacle, however, these wonderful insects are actually unknown to the vast majority of people. In a little bit in his mysterious world, we find that the Monarchs dating back about 250 million years. Most of them are born peasants, as they are originating from agricultural fields located in the border area of southern Canada and northern United States, a place where weeds grow or milky-milkweed plants in the milkweed-de which they feed. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Larry Ellison. Milkweeds contain alkaloid that is highly poisonous to other species, but not for the magnificent Monarch to it protects by providing a scent and flavor that are unpalatable to predators. As a reward for such protection, the monarch performs extensive work of pollination over vast areas of milkweed. The conventional Monarch has a life cycle that lasts four to five weeks, beginning with the egg stage, through the larval period, subsequently transformed into a pupa or chrysalis, to become a reproductive adult, then die. However, when summer is over and temperatures drop drastically, there arises a special generation of Monarchs that will carry the slogan of the titanic tour that will take them to warmer climes in order to continue the cycle of hibernation, feeding and mating, for then return home.