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Object name South Polar Skua
Caption The South Polar Skua, Catharacta maccormicki, is the only bird to have been seen as far south as the South Pole (800 miles inland), though rarely. They are spectacular migrants, having been recorded in Greenland, British Columbia and Japan.
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