Mating dance of the grey-crowned crane

The grey-crowned crane has colorful plumage.  After lunch in Ngorongoro Crater, we saw the mating dance.  From Wikipedia, the crane has “a breeding display involving dancing, bowing, and jumping”. The crane does a great job.

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