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Family ties

Sumatran orang-utan
Chimpanzee
White-handed gibbon
Mountain gorilla
Gelada

Darwin's observations

Daisy tree, Scalesia divisa
Large ground-finch
Small ground-finch
Medium ground-finch
Galapagos giant tortoise

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.