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An Atlantic puffin with small fish in its beak.

Atlantic Puffin

Puffins are colonial breeders, gathering in large groups to dig nesting burrows on coastal or island cliffs. Each pair typically lays a single egg during a breeding season, and the parents take turns watching the egg or chick and flying to catch food.

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