Elizabeth Long

UCLA

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Butterfly researcher at UCLA and at LA's Natural History Museum

Elizabeth Long on KCRW

With its orange-and black stained-glass wings, the monarch is the best-known butterfly in America. There used to be a billion of them, but these days only about 30 million remain.

The Plight of the Monarch

With its orange-and black stained-glass wings, the monarch is the best-known butterfly in America. There used to be a billion of them, but these days only about 30 million remain.

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