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Sea Parrot
It is sometimes called the "sea-parrot". The Atlantic Puffin (Fratercula arctica) can be recognized by its rainbow-colored beak, white plumage on the belly, and black on the back. Known for its clumsy behavior, its very short wings don't provide much lift. However, puffins are excellent swimmers, capable of staying underwater and reaching depths of up to 60 meters, swallowing young herring, sprats, capelin or sand eels as it goes, not to forget the small squid and crustaceans it may come across!
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