Loggerhead turtle migration in the Atlantic.
The entire world is a seething mass of migration.
Sharks, tuna, whales, and turtles migrate, as do eels, salmon, perch and cod, to name a few.
Birds migrate from North to South and from West to East.
Even penguins migrate.
Elephants migrate, along with wildebeest, zebra, caribou, gazelles, pronghorn and buffalo.
Some insects migrate -- ladybugs, dragonflies, butterflies and locusts, for example.
The entire world is connected and boils with life.
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