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Teen's efforts to bring back butterflies takes flight
by Scott Luxor
South Florida Sun Sentinel Translate This Article
2 July 2020
On 2 July 2020 South Florida Sun Sentinel reported:
Duncan Jurman discovered his love for butterflies at a young age. It wasn't about their beauty or aesthetic qualities that attract most people. He was fascinated with the transformational insect. With butterfly populations declining 80 percent since 2005, Jurman wants people to understand how important they are to South Florida's ecosystem. To highlight that fact and make it accessible to other students, he created a butterfly vivarium and garden at his school.
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