(Picture by Brian Choo)
    When searching for fresh food-supplies, vast nomadic clouds of these tiny allospiziforms darken the skies over the African plains. When threatened by aerial predators on the wing they form a dense, globular structure. Fly humbugs generally feed on tall, seeding grasses as well as flying insects.
(Text by Brian Choo)
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