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Calonectris diomedea, Cabrera National Park, Mallorca. Credits: Marcabrera/Wikipedia

Impact of fishing fleets on the most threatened marine birds

Accidental by-catch –- which affects around 5,000 birds stuck in longlines every year — is the most severe effect on marine birds by the fishing activity in the Mediterranean.   

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