Parasitic Jaeger

Scientific name : Stercorarius parasiticus
Other names: Български: Среден морелетник , Brezhoneg: Sparfell-vor Arktika , Català: Paràsit cuapunxegut , Česky: Chaluha příživná , Dansk: Almindelig Kjove , Deutsch: Schmarotzerraubmöwe , Esperanto: Parazita rabmevo , Basque: Marikoi isatslabur , Suomi: Merikihu , Français: Labbe parasite , Magyar: Ékfarkú halfarkas , Italiano: Labbo , 日本語: クロトウゾクカモメ , Lietuviškai: Smailiauodegis plėšikas , Latviešu: Īsastes klijkaija , Nederlands: Kleine jager , Norsk (nynorsk): Tjuvjo , Norsk: Tyvjo , Polski: Wydrzyk ostrosterny , Português: Moleiro-parasítico , Русский: Короткохвостый поморник , Svenska: Kustlabb , Türkçe: Kutup korsan martısı , Українська: Поморник короткохвостий

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When adult these birds have a dark brown back, wings and head. They have a long tail and dark underwings. At the base of the beak is a bright spot. The underside is depending on the morphs brighter or darker. ...

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Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger
Parasitic Jaeger

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