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Sixteen year study of remote sea birds shows sub-annual breeding to maximise offspring


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(Phys.org) —A bird species that makes its breeding home on a remote Atlantic island has been shown to breed consistently for the first time with a cycle of less than a year, following a 16-year study by University of Birmingham researchers – potentially to maximise the total number of offspring they produce.


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