Fulmar flight and puffin flutter, battling climate change

Along Greenland’s shore, there was little wind. A high-pressure system had once again settled down for the summer. Southbound on the sailing ketch Tecla, the waters were flat and the diesel grumbled on. Seabirds with grey wings and white heads with eyes blacker than coal traveled faster than us. At first glance, they look like gulls, but when they pass us by, their long narrow wings and the

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