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Landlubber

Landlubber
Photograph by Maria Stenzel

Some call it a cormorant and some call it a shag, but all agree that a sailor who sees one is near land, as the seabirds rarely venture beyond sight of shore. This shag spreads its wings over a nest on Booth Island near the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula.



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