BOB GIBBONS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY BOB GIBBONS / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Double-crested cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus). Close-up of the head of a double-crested cormorant. Once threatened by DDT, this seabird is now common on both coasts of North America, where they live in brackish and freshwater habitats on lakes, rivers, swamps, bays and coasts. Photographed in Florida, USA, in winter.
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