Lily asked:

Who can actually solve the problem of a unique kind of butterflies that are decreasing in number an have no place to hybernate? Is it just a hypothesis the author shows us - or is it a matter of scientific concern /can we help the butterflies find their way home/?

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Eithne Carter This particular story of the butterflies is a work of fiction, but the butterflies themselves are not. Events in Mexico affecting these butterfly populations are real. It highlights a very real scientific concern. Nobody can actually solve the problem of the butterflies. Their habitat is being destroyed. It may well be too late for them.
We can stop putting carbon into the air, and concentrate on putting carbon into the soil, where it belongs. Stabilise our environment, and hope that other creatures don't have to deal with similar disruption to their way of life.
Stop burning, start planting. Not easy, but vital.
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