February 1, 2015
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An orange beak and more brown than black plumage identify the double-crested cormorant as a juvenile. The double-crested cormorant often swims with just its head and neck above water.
Nov. 10, 2007 in HandleX on Page I3
Natural systems work in mysterious ways. Often, we don’t understand how they work. Very often, we don’t like how they work. Case in point – the double-crested cormorant. First of …
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