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Black-winged petrel, Pterodroma nigripennis, AV6690

Physical Description

Study skin of grey and white sea bird lying on its back, with the body in a straight line with the head and tail. The head is tilted so the beak is pointing forward and slightly toward its PL side. Legs are crossed in front of the tail and tied together with string at the ankle. Wings are folded against the body. A length of supporting wood is extended from the abdominal cavity along the line of the tail.

Field Collection


Maximum dimensions (H x W x D): 60 x 80 x 305mm

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