Gallery: Sociable Weavers Build Giant Climate-Controlled Nests in the K...

If you've ever doubted that nature knows best, then you might want to check out these giant nests in Southern Africa's Kalahari Desert. Built by sociable weavers out of dry grass, twigs, and straw and then lined with fur, cotton, fluff and other soft materials, each nest provides lodging for a colony of weavers as well as owls, eagles, and falcons.

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