Northern Fulmar redux

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When alive and living on the open sea as pelagic birds do, this fulmar, a member of the order Procellariiformes, drank salt water then ejected the salt from the extra feature atop its’ bill. These birds are known as tube noses.

Now that it has died, the flesh that once flexed wings is in the belly of a turkey vutlure most likely.

This fulmar flies on and on.