What is migration? Migration is when an animal, or a group of animals, move from one place to another to suit their needs. This website will focus on animal migration instead of human migration. Animal migration is when animals moves across a long distance to get to a specific place. The most common example of migration is when birds fly south for the winter. Many other animals besides birds migrate, such as wildebeests, monarch butterflies, sperm whales and emperor penguins.
Emperor Penguin Migration
Emperor penguins are the only type of penguins that live year round in Antarctica. Even though they don't migrate very far, they do migrate every year for breeding purposes.
Human Disruption of Animal Migration
Human activities have affected animal migrationin many ways. Read the attached for a summary of this.