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Experiencing some traffic jams today on the Christmas Eve? Well, it's not just us hum..
by KindMeal.my, 25 December 2014
Experiencing some traffic jams today on the Christmas Eve? Well, it's not just us humans that experience it.

We're all used to traffic jams in Kuala Lumpur, especially in the lead-up to the festive seasons. As you sit in your car, losing hope that you'll ever find parking at the mall, you may think it would be wonderful to be out in the middle of nature with the birds and the beasts. Ah, but they have their own traffic jams – migration! While seeing an animal in the wild can be fun, seeing thousands of them migrating is mesmerizing and awe-inspiring.

Every year, birds, mammals, fish, reptiles and other animals around the world migrate for various reasons. How they know when and where to go? Although seasons and temperatures seem to be the most important factor, the whole mechanism is not yet clearly understood. Migration yields things not usually seen - tree branches bending from the weight of butterflies, birds, flying from Alaska to New Zealand without stopping. Animals don't always just travel across the map, either - some fish migrate to different depths!

In the photo, clockwise from upper left: Manta rays in Baja, Mexico; pronghorns in Canada; white pelicans in Mississippee, US; Walruses in Svalbard, Norway; and red-crowned cranes above Hula Lake, Israel.

There are still so many mysteries in the animal world – we're a long way from fully comprehending the wonders of those who share the planet with us.

So when you finally make it out of the snarled traffic, how about sitting down for a delicious and compassionate meat-free meal at one of KindMeal.my's partnering restaurants? Fortify yourself before you rejoin the migrating herd, and feel good about it in the bargain.

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