PACIFIC FULMAR Fulmarus rodgersii

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Dark, or "blue-phase" birds predominate in the Northern Pacific, and these birds vary in other ways which has led to them being split by some authorities. The most obvious morphological difference is the bill colouration, and white phase birds do occur.

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