SOUTHERN GIANT PETREL Macronectes giganteus

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Both birds of the genus are about the size of small Albatrosses, but are ugly, uncouth scavengers with none of the grace and elegance of the latter. Common all over the southern oceans, they are only reliably distinguished by the colour of the bill tip, as in the bottom right shot, although only this species has a white phase.

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