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A sea bird that nests on ledges on the limestone cliffs of Purbeck and Portland
|Scientific Name||Uria aalge|
|Species Family||Auks, Petrels, Shearwaters and Gannets|
|Look for||Penguin shaped birds on rocky cliff ledges|
|Additional Identification Notes||