Great cormorants feeding and drying wings


This 5 October 2017 video shows scores of great cormorants, hunting together for fish. Afterwards, they dry their wings.

Harry Brummelhuis made this video in the Duursche Waarden nature reserve in Overijssel province in the Netherlands.

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