English to Japanese Meaning :: seabird

Seabird :
- 海鳥

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Noun(1) a bird that frequents coastal waters and the open ocean: gulls; pelicans; gannets; cormorants; albatrosses; petrels; etc.

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(1) First we are in search of that funny-looking seabird , the puffin.(2) Taking a Quaker stewardship view of nature, Douglas loved creatures of the wild, from the low-slung sand crab to the stilted seabird .(3) The stormy grey glass wings of a tiny seabird stretched over my palm as the little beak stayed frozen in a silent cry.(4) The world's biggest seabird , the wandering albatross, is in peril because of long-line fishing.(5) The story is somewhat confused, but it may be that the word was first applied to the Great Auk, a flightless seabird now extinct which, like the penguin, used its wings to swim underwater.(6) Humeri of the extinct seabird grew to about 65 cm long.(7) So did populations of sooty shearwaters, a seabird that eats young fish and large plankton, which plummeted 90 percent.(8) The ship glided over the waters with ease, like a graceful seabird sails just above water.(9) The marbled murrelet, a bird about the size of a robin, is the only seabird to nest in old growth forest.(10) Northerly winds and currents will tend to drive oil slicks towards the spectacular seabird and seal colonies of Cape Terpeniya and Tyulenniy Island.
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