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New study: are teen seabirds safe?


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Juvenile Wandering Albatross wearing tracking device on Bird Island, South Georgia © Alex Dodds Seabirds have an exploratory adolescent phase, often looking for food in ocean areas quite different to breeding adults. A new collaborative BirdLife study warns that current seabird protection measures should not neglect such crucial stages of seabird development.SEwgkS4yClU

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