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The Razorbill is a large auk, 38–43 cm in length, with a 60–69 cm wingspan. These birds forage for food by swimming underwater. Razorbills can stay underwater for about one minute before surfacing. Razorbills catch their prey and eat them underwater. They mainly eat fish,like sandeels, herring and capelin, also some crustaceans and marine worms. Razorbills usually nest in large colonies and lay their eggs on bare rock or ground. Male and female courtship displays include touching bills and following one another in elaborate flight patterns