Alone in the world,
never a prisoner of the crowd
About the photo
Each spring, hundreds of thousands of puffins journey to the Faroe Islands to breed. Normally, these birds live a solitary life at sea, but as spring approaches, most of them move towards the colony where they were once hatched. Here they dig holes in the ground for their eggs to hatch, to help protect their beloved offspring from hungry predators.
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