The migration of the Arctic Tern is the farthest – flying from the Arctic to the Antarctic and back again each year. This journey averages about 24,000 miles and takes between three and four months (which would mean the bird would have to average about 240 miles per day). During its lifespan, which can reach up to thirty years, the Arctic Tern could travel up to 500,000 miles.
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