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Wild birds captured in amazing, award-winning photos. This African elephant had the misfortune of running into a dense flock of red-billed quelea in Kenya. It is the most abundant wild-bird species in the world, & waiting for a huge flock to pass could take up to five hours. ~by Antero Topp, HBW/Rex
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Honorable Mention: "Quelea Jam" Photograph by Antero Topp, HBW/Rex Besieged by what first appear to be locusts, an African elephant trudges through a dense flock of red-billed quelea (KILL-ee-uh) in Kenya. "These birds make some of the biggest flocks, many millions at once," del Hoyo said. "To see the biggest land animal being actually moved by these little birds was a very special thing."
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