The Arctic Tern's Migration

The Arctic tern has the longest migration in the world. It sees two summers in its zig-zag migration from Greenland to Antarctica, which is about 71,000 kilometers. This trip is nearly 65,000km longer than the next longest migration by the sooty shearwater.

Written by Curiosity Staff May 9, 2015

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