A swarm of birds hopped from the nearby rooftops and sped off into the air.
He donned a protective suit and used a brush to gather the 4,000-strong swarm into a hive box before re-housing them.
The July-August 2001 eruption at Etna was heralded by a seismic swarm initiated during the night of 12-13 July.
With a snare of some sort in one and a swarm of buzzing insects in the other, neither of the tunnels looked inviting.
The opening minutes saw the Trinity goal a swarm of bodies as Emmaus launched several attacks that had Trinity on the back foot.
Bugs swarm around a streetlight while clouds roll across the evening sky.
And even if you have the good luck to be healthy, a swarm of locusts could devour your crops, a tsunami could wash away your family, or a hurricane could blow apart your town.
However, the very next day they found a swarm of mature adults very near the surface off Anaa Island.
They will also nest and swarm in cars and other vehicles and there's nothing more annoying than getting swarmed by a billion tiny ants while driving.
From schools of fish to a swarm of ants, animals exhibit extraordinary collective behaviour.