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Atlantic Puffins (Tratercula artica) have a beak enabling them to hold onto several fish at once, while still hunting and catching even more fish. The result is a puffin with lots of food, which they feed to their only child in a burrow under the rocks. On Machias Seal Island, New Brunswick. Photo by William Drumm.