A Bird That Flies through Water -- Atlantic Puffin, Iceland

The Atlantic puffin, often called "clown of the ocean". Their comical appearance is heightened by their orange and yellow bill and triangular markings around the eye. Despite being birds, they are hopeless at landing. In fact, they are often seen carelessly landing on top of each other. However, once underwater, they are in their element. They flap their wings as if in the air and catch fish at lightning speed. To feed their young, they bring back 5 to 10 fishes from each fishing trip.

Note: This is part of a 13-episode series.