Monday, October 19, 2015

Great Migrations

Whales, shark, tuna
, seals, and turtles migrate across and around the oceans.

Pronghorn, Bison, Elk, and Bear migrate up and down and across the American west.

Squid and ocean invertebrates migrate up and down in the water column, from day to night and back again.

Ducks, geese, hawks, cranes, storks, robins, shearwaters, and even hummingbirds and penguins, migrate vast distances around the globe.

Elephants, zebra, wildebeest, and gazelles migrate hundreds, even thousands of miles, and some predators migrate with them.

Some butterflies, and a great number of dragonflies, migrate long distances and even travel across oceans.

The world is pulsing with life.  

Even earthworms rise to feed above ground, and plunge below at night.

The entire planet is a ball seething with life.

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