The razorbill has a characteristically thick, black bill, with a white stripe across it, and on the inside it’s bright yellow. The razorbill nests with other seabirds, such as guillemots, but prefers the lower ledges and rocky bottoms of cliffs and deep ravines. If you ever visit a bird cliff, be sure to look out for them. They are very rare, and cool looking birds.
The world is full of amazing, little creatures. I often wish that we humans could find better ways to co exist and preserve our wonderful nature. I hope the future generations will have the chance to experience untouched nature and magical wildlife encounters
This curious walrus decided to pop up into the frame while I was shooting a glacier. They have up to 450 whiskers and they use their sensitive whiskers to locate food. They eat mussels, clams, soft corals and other things found at the bottom of the ocean. They can live up to 40 years in the wild.