Throughout the animal kingdom many dramatic migrations are taking place right at this moment. The great wildebeest herds are moving south from the Masai Mara through the Serengeti. The Arctic Terns are arriving at their breeding grounds in the Antarctic midway through their 70,000 kilometer round trip. Millions of free tailed bats are blackening the skies of Mexico and Central America.

In Palau, in a 12000 year old lake called Ongeim’l Tketau, there is a breath-taking migration that takes place twice each day. Ten million jellyfish move from one side of the lake to the other, harnessing the sun’s energy to farm algae that live within their cells, upon which they feed. The result is a wonderfully surreal, alien environment, beautifully depicted here by Sarosh Jacob.

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