What do birds do during hurricanes?
Because birds are so attuned to shifts in barometric pressure, they can often sense ahead of time when a storm is brewing
In Plaquemines Parish, La., birds fly on Sept. 2 above flooding caused by Hurricane Isaac: Hundreds of thousands of Pelican State residents are still without power.
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