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Washington butterflies are part of study to learn migratory habits

YAKIMA, Wash. — For humans, monarchs are the stars of the butterfly world. They’re big and showy, easily recognizable, and they’ve already had their moment on the big screen — the biggest of screens, in fact — when the 2012 IMAX production “Flight of the Butterflies” chronicled their 2,500-mile migration from eastern Canada to Mexico. But unlike humans who head south for the winter — snowbird retirees on their way to …

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