Avocado orchards compete with forest land

Monarch butterfliesFronteras – Demand for avocados in the United States has quadrupled in the last 20 years. America’s growing love for the fruit may be harming the fragile habitat of the monarch butterfly, whose winter home is in the forests of central Mexico, not far from where the majority of the avocados Americans consume are grown. 


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