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The name shag originates from the Old Norse word ‘skegg’ meaning beard, and refers to the crests of…
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The Falkland steamerduck (Tachyeres brachypterus) is a large, flightless waterbird, named for its…
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The kelp gull is a large bird with slate-black wings, a white head and body, and an all-white tail…
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The small, declining population of flightless Junin grebes is found only in one lake in the Andes…
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The most distinctive feature of this southern African seabird is the bright orange-yellow patch of…
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A strong swimmer and a proficient predator of fish, the imperial shag, also known as the imperial…
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