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Pushy parents take to the cliffs at Bempton


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To the uninitiated, 'jumplings' may sound like tiny sweaters. But to the team at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, that's the name used to describe the razorbill and guillemot chicks that make their home on the East Yorkshire nature reserve.

 

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