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- " is attested by Jacques Cartier, who used it for the great auk in a report on a Northwest Atlantic expedition a few years earlier.
- The aviary was the first open-air auk exhibit in the world, and won a design award.
- The great auk is the subject of "The Last Great Auk", a novel by Allen Eckert, which tells of the events leading to the extinction of the great auk as seen from the perspective of the last one alive.
- "Uria" auks are relatives of the razorbill, little auk and the extinct great auk and together make up the tribe Alcini.
- The Academic Hallmarks and Knowledge Masters mascot is a great auk with an affinity for puns.
- "Ornithology", formerly "The Auk" and "The Auk: Ornithological Advances", is a peer-reviewed scientific journal and the official publication of the American Ornithological Society (AOS).
- The Pa-auk method is mindfulness of breathing based on sutan and visuddhimagga.
- In the Burmese language, people originating from Upper Myanmar are typically called "a-nya-tha" for men and "a-nya-thu" for women, whereas those from Lower Myanmar are called "auk tha" (...) for men and "auk thu" for women.
- "Cerorhinca" is a genus of auk containing the rhinoceros auklet and several fossil species.
- This auk is an unusual member of the auk family, often nesting far inland in old growth forests.
- Lockwood also references Swainson's work in his etymological research, for example in "The Philology of 'Auk' and related matters" in the journal "Neuephilologische Mitteilungen" vol.
- A Pliocene species of auk ("Alca stewarti") was found in 2000.
- In August 2013 several people died in Siorapaluk from eating kiviak that was made from eider rather than auk.
- The thick-billed murre or Brünnich's guillemot ("Uria lomvia") is a bird in the auk family (Alcidae).
- A croaking "auk auk auk" is vocalized by males while in the presence of a female during courtship.
- The great auk "(Alca impennis)" was a North Atlantic flightless bird about the size of a goose; it became extinct in 1844.
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