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This tourist got a big surprise when a puffin wandered right up to her in this National Geographic video. Atlantic puffins usually only come on land to breed, and they have been historically been hunted for their feathers and meat, which would make you think they wouldn't be so friendly with humans. This one though curiously checks out the tourist's camera lens and rests under the woman's leg for a bit. Adorable!

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