The arctic Tern has to longest yearly migration with an average of around 71000 km (44.300 miles).
The Arctic Tern is famous for its very long migrations. It flies from its Arctic breeding grounds to the Antarctic and back again each year, traveling over 12,000 miles each way. This ensures that this bird sees two summers per year and they see more daylight than any other creature on the planet. The average Arctic Tern in its lifetime of up to 34 years will travel as much as 1.5 million miles.
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