(Picture by Daniel Bensen)
     Sea parrots (Marepsittacus pelagus) are close relatives of the piscivorous seaguins, but they have specialized in molluscs. The sea parrot uses its robust beaks and large teeth to crack the hard shells of shellfishes and arctic ammonites. Male sea parrots can reach the length of 3 meters.
(Text by Matti Aumala)
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