Sardine run

The sardine run of southern Africa occurs from May through July when billions of sardines move northward along the east coast of South Africa.
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dive-bombing gannets seen during South Africa's annual Sardine Run

dive-bombing gannets seen during South Africa's annual Sardine Run

Sardine Run brings the predators of the sea from the huge whales to the family of dolphins.

Sardine Run brings the predators of the sea from the huge whales to the family of dolphins.

A phenomenon known as the sardine run -- involving millions of the small fish swimming in formation as part of their annual migration -- may be one of the most alluring spectacles of the marine universe, and it was captured beautifully by renowned wildlife photographers Chris and Monique Fallows

A phenomenon known as the sardine run -- involving millions of the small fish swimming in formation as part of their annual migration -- may be one of the most alluring spectacles of the marine universe, and it was captured beautifully by renowned wildlife photographers Chris and Monique Fallows

Feeding frenzy: A bryde’s whale opens its mouth to swallow dozens of sardines...  By: Doug Perrine

Feeding frenzy: A bryde’s whale opens its mouth to swallow dozens of sardines... By: Doug Perrine

Cormorants, dolphins and cape gannets join in on a sardine run in Eastern Cape, South Africa

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Cormorants, dolphins and cape gannets join in on a sardine run in Eastern Cape, South Africa

'Gannet Attack' by Allen Walker taken in Sardine Run, Port St Johns, Transkei Wild Coast, South Africa.

Winning images from Oceans of Life Photographic Competition 2013

'Gannet Attack' by Allen Walker taken in Sardine Run, Port St Johns, Transkei Wild Coast, South Africa.

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