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A booby

A booby is a seabird in the genus Sula. Boobies are large birds with long pointed wings and bills. They hunt fish and squid by diving into the sea and chasing their prey underwater. Facial air sacs under their skin help protect the impact with the water. Boobies get their name because of their lack of fear of humans. Early mariners named them boobies to denote their believed lack of intelligence.[1]

Please do not be SUS.

  1. "Booby". Encyclopædia Britannica Online. Retrieved 2010-08-21.