Profile of the magnificent male frigate bird with black plumage and inflated red pouch

 

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Male frigatebird with red chest
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Male Great Frigatebird nesting on Genvoesa in the Galapagos

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Frigatebird chick with white feathers
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Profile of male frigratebird with red puffy chest
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Male Great Frigatebird

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Great Frigatebird chick begging for food from its mother
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Great Frigatebird chick begging for food from its mother

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Frigatebird in flight showing its massive wingspan
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Female Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens) flying

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Juvenile Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata magnificens)

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Frigatebirds stealing food from other seabirds
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Great Frigatebirds chasing booby to steal food

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A male and a female Magnificent Frigatebird
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A male and a female Magnificent Frigatebird (Fregata Magnificens)

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Lesser frigatebird in western Australia
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Lesser Frigatebird, Western Australia

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Frigatebird in flight showing its massive wingspan
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Profile of the magnificent male frigate bird with black plumage and inflated red pouch

magnificent frigatebird ready for mating season
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The male Magnificent Frigatebird is recognized for having the longest wingspan of any bird.

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