Meet the creatures which migrate a REALLY long way

If you think your commute to work, school or college is tough, spare a thought for the Arctic tern.

The tiny sea bird has been named the creature with the longest known annual migration after scientists tracked it from Northumberland to Antarctica - and back. That's 59,700 miles.

But it's not alone in making *really* long journeys.

There are plenty of other species which travel the globe to find food, escape harsh weather conditions or breed. Read more... (pictures in article)