Seabird

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Seabirds are birds that have adapted so they are better able to live at sea or near it. Many seabirds live at sea, that is, far away from land. They may only come on land to breed. Other seabirds live in colonies on islands. Very often, seabirds use the sea to for food, most often fish or shellfish.

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  1. BirdLife International (BLI) (2008). Sterna fuscata. 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2008. Retrieved on 7 August 2009.