Lisa Be

By Lisa Be

LifeBuzz Staff

The Most Incredible Animal Migrations On Earth. #7 Scares Me!

#5. In the Atlantic Ocean, cownose rays migrate northward in the late spring and south in the late fall. In the Gulf of Mexico, they migrate from western Florida to the Yucatan in Mexico.

In the Atlantic Ocean, cownose rays migrate northward in the late spring and south in the late fall. In the Gulf of Mexico, they migrate from western Florida to the Yucatan in Mexico.

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#6. Migrating red crabs transform Australia’s Christmas Island into a slow moving red carpet as they move to the ocean to lay their eggs. 

Migrating red crabs transform Australia’s Christmas Island into a slow moving red carpet as they move to the ocean to lay their eggs. 

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#7. Every winter thousands of blacktip and spinner sharks migrate along the Atlantic coast of Florida. They are often spotted very close to the shoreline.

Every winter thousands of blacktip and spinner sharks migrate along the Atlantic coast of Florida. They are often spotted very close to the shoreline.

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#8. Tuna are some of fastest swimming migratory fish. In a period of just 20 months, one tuna was recorded making a 25,000-mile journey with three Pacific Ocean crossings from Japan to the United States.

Tuna are some of fastest swimming migratory fish. In a period of just 20 months, one tuna was recorded making a 25,000-mile journey with three Pacific Ocean crossings from Japan to the United States.

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