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One Million Starlings Swarm (7 Tonnes of Bird Poo) | Superswarm | BBC Earth

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Rome plays host to one of the world’s most amazing displays of aerial acrobatics, but it’s not all beauty and grace…
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Superswarm (2009)
When animals swarm they create a super-organism of incredible power. They can attack our food supplies, immobilise our transport systems, undermine our cities and even attack our energy supplies. They can stop us in our tracks. Using state-of-the-art photography, Superswarms reveals the collective intelligence behind the animal invasions, and how man fights back.

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