The charismatic tufted puffin (Fratercula cirrhata) flies the open ocean and coastal waters of the north Pacific of North America. With black and white coloring, and a distinctive orange bill, with plumes of yellow falling over its head and neck, the puffin certainly looks regal. The tufted puffin can hold up to 20 fish at a time in its bill in order to bring food back to chicks!
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Photo Credit: Glen Tepke/Marine Photobank