The Atlantean Tit was a species of tit native to Atlantis. It was closely related to the tits of Britain and Europe and the chickadees of Terranova. Experts disagreed as to which species it was most closely related. It was a small bird with a grayish back, a pale belly and a black cap.

Edward Harris shot one for his companion John James Audubon to paint and then preserve during their 1843 excursion to Atlantis.[1]

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  1. See e.g.: Atlantis and Other Places, pg. 56, HC.
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