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Nature on the Move

Feast or Famine – Upper Mississippi River Valley: The white pelican breeds in North America and migrates south in the winter to coasts as far as Central America in flocks of up to 180 individuals. (Photo Credit © NGT)


Race to Survive – Pacific walrus travel according to the movement of the ice. As the ice expands in the winter, they move south. As it breaks up and retreats in the spring and summer, they move north again. (Photo Credit: © NGT)

Feast or Famine – Jellyfish Lake, Palau: Five million jellyfish glide across the lake’s surface each day to follow the sun – streaming eastward in the morning and westward in the afternoon – in a stunning daily migration. At night, the jellyfish sink down 45 feet to absorb nutrient-rich bacteria, which the algae in their bodies require to survive. (Photo Credit © NGT)