The cold-blooded fact about Monarchs is that they are cold-blooded, which means they cannot regulate their own body temperatures. If the air temperature falls below 55ºF, butterflies are unable to flee from predators or feed. Butterflies fly with ease when air temperatures range between 82º-100ºF.

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