Beautiful moment almost 'endangered' Monarch Butterfly finds safe haven on nose ...

() Beautiful moment an almost 'endangered' Monarch butterfly finds safe haven on the nose of a large Belgian Malinois The Monarch butterfly population has been on the decline over the past 20 years The US Fish and Wildlife Service is considering endangered species protection One of the butterflies finds safe haven landing on the nose of a Belgian Malinois  Known as 'mals,' the loyal dogs are preferred by military and law enforcement

By Ralph R. Ortega For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:10 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 19:13 BST, 1 September 2019

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There may be no safer haven for a species on the verge of becoming endangered, but a gorgeous Monarch butterfly knew landing on the nose of a Belgian Malinois wasn't such a bad idea.

Known as one of the most-familiar butterfly species in North America, the Monarch has been on the decline so much over the past two decades that US Fish and Wildlife Service officials warn it may become endangered.

This particular Monarch Butterfly wasn't taking any chances, landing on the snout of

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