Five little terns in second biggest city of Libya

This is a video of a little tern at its nest.

17 April, four in the afternoon, standing near the inner port of Benghazi, second biggest city of Libya.

Five little terns, flying and diving to catch little fish.

In not many cities of hundreds of thousands of people in the world can one enjoy these beautiful, threatened, birds.

On Chinese crested terns: here.

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