Animals, Birds, Seabirds

Inca Tern

A seabird in the Sternidae family, and only member of the genus Larosterna. It is identified by its dark grey body, white moustache and red-orange beak and feet, and breeds on the coasts of Peru and Chile.

Where you can see the Inca Tern

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Living Coasts

Living Coasts, Beacon Hill, Torquay, United Kingdom

Living Coasts in Torquay, run by the Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, is the best in Europe for breeding a number of key species including African penguins, blue spotted stingrays and Inca terns, for which the attraction manages the European studbook.

Living Coasts

Living Coasts in Torquay, run by the Whitley Wildlife Conservation Trust, is the best in Europe for breeding a number of key species including African penguins, blue spotted stingrays and Inca terns, for which the attraction manages the European studbook.

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