Fulmar



[foo l-mer] /ˈfʊl mər/

noun
1.
any of certain oceanic birds of the petrel family, especially Fulmarus glacialis, a gull-like Arctic species.
/ˈfʊlmə/
noun
1.
any heavily built short-tailed oceanic bird of the genus Fulmarus and related genera, of polar regions: family Procellariidae, order Procellariiformes (petrels)

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