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English: The waves at Porto Covo, west coast of Portugal. Stitch of four photos. Français : Des vagues à Porto Covo, côte Ouest du Portugal. Panorama composé de 4 photos. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Delta Airlines – Boeing 767 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Lately, more and more people are noticing the difference in the consumption of seafood such as lobsters, crabs, oysters, sardines, fishes, mussels and large sea mammals to be very essential in the development of healthy teeth and bones especially with early childhood age children through their adulthood. Most retired people in the age of 90’s, have discovered that nutrients like this are very important in rejuvenating their appearance and memories. New studies like this have tremendously exploded the tourism markets along the Atlantic Oceans and other Seas.

The exposure to sunny beaches helps to tune the human bodies, leaving a silky and glittering look. Most vacations and travels can be booked through local travel agencies or through online sites such as travelvelocity, Groupon, Fortune Travels, and Delta Airlines.

Monarch butterfly

The Life Cycle(s) of a Monarch Butterfly

Monarch butterflies go through four stages during one life cycle, and through four generations in one year.  It’s a little confusing but keep reading and you will understand.  The four stages of the monarch butterfly life cycle are the egg, the larvae (caterpillar), the pupa (chrysalis), and the adult butterfly.  The four generations are actually four different butterflies going through these four stages during one year until it is time to start over again with stage one and generation one.

In February and March, the final generation of hibernating monarch butterflies comes out of hibernation to find a mate.  They then migrate north and east in order to find a place to lay their eggs.  This starts stage one and generation one of the new year for the monarch butterfly

Butterflies.
In March and April the eggs are laid on milkweed plants. They hatch into baby caterpillars, also called the larvae.  It takes about four days for the eggs to hatch.  Then the baby caterpillar doesn’t do much more than eat the milkweed in order to grow.  After about two weeks, the caterpillar will be fully-grown and find a place to attach itself so that it can start the process of metamorphosis.

It will attach itself to a stem or a leaf using silk and transform into a chrysalis. Although, from the outside, the 10 days of the chrysalis phase seems to be a time when nothing is happening, it is really a time of rapid change. Within the chrysalis the old body parts of the caterpillar are undergoing a remarkable transformation, called metamorphosis, to become the beautiful parts that make up the butterfly that will emerge.
Caterpillarturning intoChrysalis
Monarch: Larvae (caterpillar) turning into Pupa (Chrysalis) Cocoons

Monarch Pupa
Monarch: Pupa (Chrysalis) turning into Adult Butterfly
The monarch butterfly will emerge from the pupa and fly away, feeding on flowers and just enjoying the short life it has left, which is only about two to six weeks. This first generation monarch butterfly will then die after laying eggs for generation number two.

The second generation of monarch butterflies are born in May and June, and then the third generation will be born in July and August.  These monarch butterflies will go through exactly the same four stage life cycle as the first generation did, dying two to six weeks after it becomes a beautiful monarch butterfly.
The fourth generation of monarch butterflies are a little bit different than the first three generations.  The fourth generation are born in September and October and goes through exactly the same process as the first, second and third generations except for one part. The fourth generation of monarch butterflies does not die after two to six weeks.  Instead, this generation of monarch butterflies migrates to warmer climates like Mexico and California and will live for six to eight months until it is time to start the whole process over again.