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Pinnipeds in Peril

Hawaiian monk seal caught in fishing tackle
Hawaiian monk seal at sea surface
Pair of Hawaiian monk seals interacting together underwater
Galapagos fur seal female with suckling pup
Galapagos fur seal pup moving across sand

Turtles

Western swamp turtle
Green turtle
Madagascar big-headed turtle
Malayan snail-eating turtle
Hawksbill turtle

Spectacular Swarms

Flocks of red knots winter on large tidal mudflats, rocky shores and beaches.
Atlantic herring are often found in vast shoals, covering several square kilometres of water.
Black lechwe are found in large, loose herds in which no strict social system exists.
The African river-martin, the most primitive living swallow, is usually observed in large flocks.
Laysan ducks have a novel way of catching flies, running through swarms with their bills open.