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The Largest Mass Migration on the Planet

Clip: Season 40 Episode 9 | 2m 6s

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Every winter, billions of sardines off the coast of South Africa embark on their annual breeding migration. The sardine run is the largest biomass migration on the planet, rivaling the great herds of the Serengeti.

Aired: 02/16/22 | Rating: NR

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