Record guillemot, razorbill migration

This video, from Maine in the USA, is called Razorbill Father Leads Chick to Sea from

Nick van der Ham, in Camperduin in the Netherlands, on 28 November 2012 counted 14,739 razorbills and guillemots migrating along the Dutch coast.

A new record number for those birds on one day. The old record number was 13,614; from January 2005.

Guillemot eggs have special structures on their shells that make them self-cleaning, according to new research: here.

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