Write a Caption for This Photo: Skua and Ad

A South Polar Skua tries to push an Adélie penguin off its nest to steal its egg. Skuas migrate in a clockwise loop from Japan to North America. Off Washington State, peak migration occurs from late August to early October, although birds have been spotted as early as mid-May, according to Seattle Audubon Society. Credit: Melanie Conner/National Science Foundation
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Top 3 Captions:

I know! Not like roses, so quit standing down wind! (Mark Musselman)

We have a dress code here at the rock! (Donna Schmieley)

Oh my God! Will you PLEASE quit following me around! (MMerkey)

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