Animal Migration is one of the great wonders of the world. It is moving of long distances in search of a new habitat. The reason for the migration may be local climate, availability of food or can be the season of the year. For example, bird migration is the regular seasonal travel undertaken by many breeds of birds. Bird migrations include those made in response to changes in food availability, habitat or weather. Fish generally migrate because of diet or breeding needs, but for some species the reason for migration is still unknown. Insect migration is the seasonal movement, especially those by species of dragonflies, beetles and butterflies. Below is a list of migration photos from National Geographic.
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10 – Monarch Butterflies

Monarch Butterflies

Monarch Butterflies

09 – Pronghorns

Pronghorns

Pronghorns

08 – Zebras

Zebras

Zebras

07 – Snow Geeses

Snow Geese

Snow Geese

06 – White Pelicans

White Pelicans

White Pelicans

05 – Walruses

Walruses

Walruses

04 – Gentoo Penguins

Gentoo Penguins

Gentoo Penguins

03 – Free-tailed Bats

Free-tailed Bats

Free-tailed Bats

02 – White Eared Cobs

White Eared Cobs

White Eared Cobs

01 – Wildebeests

Wildebeests

Wildebeests


All photos © National Geographic

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