Colourful Patterns Of Enormous Group Of Animals

31 07 2014
A huge flock of flamingos in Kenya, East Africa. (Ferrero-Labat/Ardea/Caters News)

A huge flock of flamingos in Kenya, East Africa. (Ferrero-Labat/Ardea/Caters News)

These breathtaking photographs show that some animals take no chances when it comes to safety in numbers. Seen in every shape and size, from huge herds of wildebeest to colossal colonies of penguins, these creatures have no qualms when it comes to the issue of personal space.

Often seen during mass migration, these enormous groupings can be found in countries all over the world and prove an effective method of keeping themselves safe from predators. (Yahoo News)

Blue and yellow snapper fish seen in moving vast schools along the reef in Fiji. (Ron & Valerie Taylor/Ardea/Caters News)

Blue and yellow snapper fish seen in moving vast schools along the reef in Fiji. (Ron & Valerie Taylor/Ardea/Caters News)

A huge school of salmon seen in the waters of Hawaii. (Valerie Taylor/Ardea/Caters News)

A huge school of salmon seen in the waters of Hawaii. (Valerie Taylor/Ardea/Caters News)

Common zebras seen in Masai Mara, Africa. (Ferrero-Labat/Ardea/Caters News)

Common zebras seen in Masai Mara, Africa. (Ferrero-Labat/Ardea/Caters News)

Female red crabs after spawning on Christmas Island. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

Female red crabs after spawning on Christmas Island. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

A colony of king penguins seen in South Georgia. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

A colony of king penguins seen in South Georgia. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

Thousands of Monarch butterflies rest on a tree in North America. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

Thousands of Monarch butterflies rest on a tree in North America. (Jean Paul Ferrero/Ardea/Caters News)

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