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IZKALI Has It’s Own Monarch Butterflies

In honor of the Mexican tradition “Día de los Muertos” or Day of the Dead, every year IZKALI hands out shirts that feature a traditional skull known as “calaca.” Around the skull there is always a figure that is peculiar to Mexico in some sort of way. This year’s shirts will feature monarch butterflies. Why are monarch butterflies special to Mexico? Keep reading below…

Each year hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies travel over 3,000 miles in their annual migration from Canada and Eastern United States during the autumn months to winter in the mountains of Mexico in the  states of Michoacán and Mexico.  UNESCO declared this area as a World Heritage site in 2008. The Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve is over 200 square miles. Read the article below to learn more about this amazing journey.

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