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How really fascinating! I wonder if it's a survival tactic like the schools of prey fish that gather together and swim in formations in the shapes of very large fish whenever a preditor approaches.

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It's Sarah, the "other" basset lady :lol: Gibbs (my avatar) is offended that you all think he looks like Matilda (Janet's furbaby) :rofl:

All kidding aside, my favorite part is the end where they all just fade away. I think they're dancing for God :)

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Oh,goshhh- :ohmy: I started it-I'm soooo sorry,Sarah! :shy: I do know the difference between you,but my mind bloopered,I guess. :huh: Please forgive me,Gibbs-you are a very lovely fellow!

I didn't try to analyze the reasons for their movements-I was just so mesmerized by the synchronicity and spiritual beauty;dancing for God sounds nice,Sarah!! ^_^

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I had to go back and watch it again , truly nature at it's finest . Starlings certainly aren't pretty birds , but they look stunning all together . We have some that every year build their nests in the eaves and boy are they noisy !!

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