Starlings sit on the backs of fallow deer standing in the high grass of the nature reserve. (AP)
Starling usually fly together in large flocks called “murmurations” (mur-mur-RAY-shuns) (AP)
God created many animals to depend on each other, like this small remora riding on a whale shark.
Birds rest on a water buffalo.
Clownfish live in a coral reef.
Munch, munch. Deer chomp sweet meadow grass.
Buzz, buzz. Startled insects flit up into the air.
Snap. Gulp. Hungry starlings enjoy a free lunch.