A white tropical tern (Cygis candida).
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Air Est Goeland
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French brick-aviso Goéland (1787)
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CCGS Goéland is a training vessel of the Canadian Coast Guard and located at the Canadian Coast Guard College in Westmount, Nova Scotia. The ship is based on the 44-foot motor lifeboat, a converted self-righting lifeboat and similar to the Waveney class lifeboat.
Caudron C.440 Goéland
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