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The Gannets at Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand

Gannets are world wide. I know they live in South Africa and in Australia. Some of our gannets fly to Australia and back as they are experts at flying.

Gannets fly so fast that when they hit the water at about 110 miles an hour, they wear inner crash helmets in their heads and they have 2 or 3 lids to protect their eyes when they hit the water.

They quickly gather their fish in the water along with other hungry gannets.

 

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