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Dr Richard Fox, Head of Science for Butterfly Conservation, said: Humans are driving butterfly extinction by destroying wildlife's rich habitat.They have been destroyed, plowed, mulched and used to grow crops or make homes,
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But there was some hope. Many species have been brought back from the abyss thanks to intense conservation work.This is a butterfly we may never see again in England. and three butterflies that survived
This tiny, slow-flying butterfly used to inhabit much of the south of England and Wales. now on the verge of extinction They are mostly found in the Midlands.
This stunningly rare butterfly has been at increased risk since 2011. It is native to the Norfolk Broads, where it feeds on flowers including thistle.
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