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A red-billed tern that breeds in the Arctic and adjacent areas, migrating to Antarctic regions for the winter.
- ‘Each autumn flights of Arctic terns from northern Europe and Siberia journey south, soon entering the North Sea and passing the East Anglian coastline.’
- ‘His observations revealed that Foula's sheep target unfledged Arctic terns.’
- ‘The Arctic teems with life, from its largest predators, the killer whale and the polar bear, to small birds like the tiny Arctic tern.’
- ‘The tiny Arctic tern undertakes the world's longest migration - traveling nearly from pole to pole.’
- ‘The country's wilderness - from alpine flowers to colonies of Max shearwaters, guillemots, razor bills and Arctic terns - complements its ages-old castles and ancient Standing Stones.’
- ‘Some, like the Arctic tern, have covered 10,000 kilometers or more.’
- ‘The Arctic tern is the champion globetrotter, a big deal for an animal that measures only a foot long.’
- ‘Throughout the isles you'll come across throngs of Arctic terns and both species of skuas, as well as black guillemots, gannets, shags, and Storm and Leach's petrels.’
- ‘Other notable characteristics include an exceptionally powerful head and neck and unusually long legs, which distinguish them from other terns such as Arctic terns.’
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