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Puffins | Judy's Cards

Puffins

The puffin is one of three auk species (or alcid) in the bird genus Fratercula (Latin: little brother - probably a reference to their black and white plumage which resembles monastic robes) with a brightly colored beak in the breeding season. These are pelagic seabirds that feed primarily by diving. They breed in large colonies, nesting in crevices or burrows. Puffins are chunky birds with large bills. Their short wings are adapted for swimming under water. In the air, they beat their wings rapidly in swift flight, often flying low over the ocean's surface. Sailors used to refer to these birds as "sea parrots". Unlike many animals, puffins mate for life. A pair of puffins will build their nest in cliffs and between boulders. The female will lay a single egg, but both parents will incubate the egg. (from Wikipedia)

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