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Life at the North Pole

Life at the North Pole

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Puffins are considered by some to be the parrots of the Arctic due to their colorful plumage. They spend much of their lives at sea, where they show off their excellent swimming skills. And when not in the water, they can fly at speeds of up to 55 miles per hour.

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