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English: A flock of Royal Terns on Upper Captiva Island. Taken May 2002, Upper Captiva Island, FL USA, by me, User Debivort.
Deutsch: Seeschwalben auf Captiva Island, Florida.
Date May 2002
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  • 00:52, 18 December 2005 Debivort 1249x931 (844,531 bytes) (A flock of terns on Upper Captiva Island. Taken May 2002, Upper Captiva Island, FL USA, by me, User Debivort.)
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