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- Swallows’ bodies and wings are evolutionarily adapted, enabling them to feed while in flight.
- Swallows are known to capture and eat insects mid-flight, but they abstain from stinging prey such as wasps and bees.
- The barn swallow, with its long, deeply forked tail, is the most abundant of all swallow species, thriving worldwide.
- The most famous residents of San Juan Capistrano, California are the clouds of cliff swallows that return faithfully each March.