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So you know about the enormous loop that Africa’s wildebeest make around the Serengeti each year, and the mass movement of humpback whales between their Antarctic feeding grounds and subtropical breeding grounds.

But are you also aware that the natural world contains plenty of other, lesser-known spectacles that involve vast numbers of critters on the move? Here’s where to see eight of the world’s quirkier migrations with your own eyes.

The golden jellyfish in Palau perform a daily migration in response to the sun © Ethan Daniels / Shutterstock

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