ScienceDaily Posted November 22, 2021 Share Posted November 22, 2021 In high enough concentrations, milkweed can kill a horse, or a human. To be able to eat this plant, monarchs evolved a set of unusual cellular mutations. New research shows the animals that prey on monarchs also evolved these same mutations. View the full article Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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