white-chinned petrel

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Noun1.white-chinned petrel - large black petrel of southern seas having a white mark on the chin
petrel - relatively small long-winged tube-nosed bird that flies far from land
genus Procellaria, Procellaria - type genus of the Procellariidae
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Only two species of seabirds were caught during setting of the longline: 12 white-chinned petrels (Procellaria aequinoctialis) and 19 black-browed albatrosses; no seabirds were caught during hauling.
There are birds such as the APTENODYTID PENGUIN, BLACK-EYEBROWED ALBATROSS, FALKLAND FLIGHTLESS STEAMER DUCK, INACCESSIBLE ISLAND RAIL, WHITE-CHINNED SHOEMAKER, BREAKBONES, EPOMOPHORA, GUTTERSNAKE, PADDY UNKER, QUAWK and PEEOO, an addition to the small collection of words with two consecutive vowel pairs.
Louis encephalitis virus, and Ilheus virus in enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay reactive bird specimens (a) Field site Species ILHV SLEV Westmoreland Parish, White-chinned thrush 40 80 Jamaica (Turdus aurantius) (b) White-chinned thrush <40 <40 (T.