The Brown Skua (Stercorarius antarctica) is also known as the Antarctic Skua, Southern Great Skua, Southern Skua, or Hākoakoa (Māori).
Distribution / Range
This seabird breeds in the sub-Antarctic and Antarctic zones and moves further north when not breeding.
Diet / Feeding
It feeds on fish (often via kleptoparasitism - stealing prey from another), small mammals, scraps, chicks, eggs and carrion.
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