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The Strange, Incredible Nests Of Weaver Birds

DILLON MARSH TOOK TO THE KALAHARI DESERT TO DOCUMENT THE OVERSIZED AVIAN HOMES.

These massive, amorphous avian homes can support hundreds of birds at a time in their complex interior chambers and clusters, and, boy, are they impressive from the outside as well. The effect is somewhat otherworldly and—maybe this is just me?—kinda creepy, as the formations look like they are, or could be, super strange and sentient creatures living off our power grid. 

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