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It's a truly amazing sight to see such an exodus take place, knowing that it will happen again. Here are 15 of the most awesome animal migrations in the world.

It's a truly amazing sight to see such an exodus take place, knowing that it will happen again. Here are 15 of the most awesome animal migrations in the world.

Distractify | 35 Photos Of Incredibly Large Packs of Animals Remind Us That Our Planet Is Shared

Distractify | 35 Photos Of Incredibly Large Packs of Animals Remind Us That Our Planet Is Shared

11 Incredible Animal Migrations - Straw-Colored Fruit Bats    Eight million straw-colored fruit bats descend on Zambia's Kasanka National Park, beginning in October.

11 Incredible Animal Migrations - Straw-Colored Fruit Bats Eight million straw-colored fruit bats descend on Zambia's Kasanka National Park, beginning in October.

Kasanka National Park, zambia—Dawn lights the wings of straw-colored fruit bats heading home from a night's foraging. Each November, some eight million of the animals return to the same square mile of swampy forest to roost. Photograph by Kieran Dodds

Kasanka National Park, zambia—Dawn lights the wings of straw-colored fruit bats heading home from a night's foraging. Each November, some eight million of the animals return to the same square mile of swampy forest to roost. Photograph by Kieran Dodds

Remarkable: The straw-coloured bat is a sub-species of the fruit bat population, which is found throughout sub-Saharan Africa

Remarkable: The straw-coloured bat is a sub-species of the fruit bat population, which is found throughout sub-Saharan Africa

Straw-coloured fruit bats @ Kasanka National Park in #Zambia - For a Kasanke Travel Guide visit www.safaribookings.com/kasanka. Reviews and more!

Straw-coloured fruit bats @ Kasanka National Park in #Zambia - For a Kasanke Travel Guide visit www.safaribookings.com/kasanka. Reviews and more!

Straw-coloured fruit bats returning to their roost in Kasanka National Park, Zambia. In November and December, 8 million bats descend on this tiny patch of forest. Being surrounded by all these bats was a unique and unforgettable experience!

Straw-coloured fruit bats returning to their roost in Kasanka National Park, Zambia. In November and December, 8 million bats descend on this tiny patch of forest. Being surrounded by all these bats was a unique and unforgettable experience!

kasanka-bat-migration Written by: Michael Lorentz  During the last eight weeks of every year an incredible phenomenon takes place in the ‘Mushitu’ swamp forests of Kasanka National Park, Zambia. Up to 10 million straw-coloured fruit bats from across the Congo Basin converge on the forest, enticed by the abundance of fruit delicacies such as musuku, mufinsa and mango.  - See more at: http://africageographic.com/blog/video-the-great-bat-migration-of-kasanka/#sthash.9H8DqCgy.dpuf

kasanka-bat-migration Written by: Michael Lorentz During the last eight weeks of every year an incredible phenomenon takes place in the ‘Mushitu’ swamp forests of Kasanka National Park, Zambia. Up to 10 million straw-coloured fruit bats from across the Congo Basin converge on the forest, enticed by the abundance of fruit delicacies such as musuku, mufinsa and mango. - See more at: http://africageographic.com/blog/video-the-great-bat-migration-of-kasanka/#sthash.9H8DqCgy.dpuf

bat-kasanka  There is no way to express the wonder and the pure abundance of being amongst millions of these delightful creatures. Forget your bat phobias – these straw-coloured fruit bats are of the flying fox variety, not the ‘Halloween’ variety. With a wingspan just short of a metre, this is a remarkably beautiful and elegant mammal. - See more at: http://africageographic.com/blog/video-the-great-bat-migration-of-kasanka/#sthash.9H8DqCgy.dpuf

bat-kasanka There is no way to express the wonder and the pure abundance of being amongst millions of these delightful creatures. Forget your bat phobias – these straw-coloured fruit bats are of the flying fox variety, not the ‘Halloween’ variety. With a wingspan just short of a metre, this is a remarkably beautiful and elegant mammal. - See more at: http://africageographic.com/blog/video-the-great-bat-migration-of-kasanka/#sthash.9H8DqCgy.dpuf

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