A man cuts down a tree last week in the monarch butterfly reserve near Ocampo, Mexico. After decades of trying to stop logging in Mexico’s monarch butterfly reserve, biologists and park workers are having to cut down thousands of fir trees themselves, to combat an unprecedented infestation of bark beetles they say may have been unleashed by climate change.

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