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Morphological adaptations of the Northern Fulmar
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The long and narrow wings of the Northern Fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) are configured to withstand the extreme weather conditions of the Arctic Zone. They give it a particular flexibility and strength in its movements. Adept of gliding, the Northern Fulmar flies close to the waves. Equipped with a desalting gland, it drinks the sea water and rejects the salt through its nostrils.
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