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Sea birds Fun Facts

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Sea birds
Sea birds rarely come close to dry land except when breeding. They can be seen hundreds or thousands of miles away from the shore.
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Sea birds
The albatross has a wingspan of 8-12 feet. It is one of the fastest birds in the world, capable of flying at 79 mph.
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Sea birds
Sea birds primarily eat fish, squid, plankton, krill and crustaceans. Some dive to catch their prey, others skim the water to catch fish in the shallows and some (like the frigatebird) cannot swim at all.
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Sea birds
Most seabirds are migratory, and return to their birthplace to breed. The vast majority of seabirds create nesting large nesting colonies.
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Sea birds
The frigatebird can stay aloft for two months at a time. Frigatebirds recharge by taking power naps, alternately sleeping with one half of their brain switched on while the other half rests.
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Salt glands help many sea birds remove excessive amounts of salt from their systems. That means they can drink sea water without absorbing dangerous amounts of salt.
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The Galapagos penguin is the only penguin found north of the equator. The Cromwell Current in the Pacific Ocean keeps them cool.
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Sea birds are also known as pelagic birds. The word "pelagic" comes from the Ancient Greek word pelagos (πέλαγος) meaning "sea."
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Humans have trained cormorants to help them fish. A knot is tied at the base of the bird's neck, which does disallows it from swallowing larger fish. Upon catching a large fish, the bird approaches the fisherman, who removes it.
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There is so much garbage in the oceans these days that 90% of seabirds are inadvertently eating plastic. In the 1960s, only 5% of seabirds were found with plastic in their stomachs.