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The raven, Corvus corax, is the emblem of the Icelandic Institute of Natural History.

The raven is a prominent bird in Icelandic nature and traditional beliefs. By far this country's largest passerine, it is a resident bird, common throughout the land and very often noticed in winter wherever people live. The number of nesting pairs is said to be around 2,500, while the autumn population is estimated at 12-15,000 individuals. Ravens nest all over the northern hemisphere.

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Camera NIKON D7200Camera Ratings
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Focal length 270mm
Shutter speed 1/800s
Aperture f/8
ISO/Film 250
Category Nature
Taken Mar 16 2016
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