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How birds synchronize their flight

Thousands of birds flying in unison, without ever crashing into each other. These are starling murmurations. 🐩

11/12/2018 4:01 PMupdated: 03/11/2019 1:58 PM

90 comments

  • Gulden L.
    2 hours

    đŸ˜Żâ™„ïž

  • Irene C.
    2 hours

    Fascinating!

  • Ina D.
    3 hours

    Check out this Danish photographer - SĂžren SolkĂŠr has captured the enthralling Black Sun phenomenon!

  • Rimah B.
    4 hours

    SubhanAllah

  • Lynn R.
    4 hours

    Got to witness a much smaller version but it was still very impressive

  • Ashish P.
    4 hours

    Awesome work

  • Gulden L.
    12/31/2020 12:57

    đŸ˜ŻđŸ€”â™„ïž

  • Nic I.
    12/31/2020 12:50

    Don’t get too

  • Anuradha J.
    12/31/2020 11:34

    Beautiful formations

  • MĂĄria V.
    12/31/2020 08:12

    Minden kedves rokonsĂĄgban lĂ©vƑ embernek.Ă©s kedves barĂĄtaimnak ,ismerƑseiknek kĂ­vĂĄnok nagyon boldog Ă©s szebb,jobb JƑvƑ EsztendƑt,Ă©s egĂ©szsĂ©get fƑleg!

  • Widy A.
    12/31/2020 00:46

    Begging permition for sharring

  • Travis O.
    12/31/2020 00:28

    Doesn’t only happen in Europe

  • Paul G.
    12/30/2020 19:54

    We have red billed quilia that fly in the 100s of thousands. Very destructive

  • Donald S.
    12/30/2020 19:20

    Viruses probably coordinate in a similar way.

  • Vevie L.
    05/03/2020 00:53

    MAGIC!! schools of fish do same

  • Jill S.
    04/21/2020 03:25

    The first time I ever saw a murmurstion was in America . It was wonderful.

  • Hilios M.
    04/20/2020 04:04

    PID self controlled swarm

  • Valerie G.
    04/19/2020 13:30

    Interesting

  • Richard C.
    12/23/2019 15:32

    That is great it makes u wonder how they do it

  • Matt M.
    12/05/2019 19:14

    James Hales I remember you talking about this

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