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Cape Gannet (Morus capensis) in flight at the colony in Bird Island Nature Reserve, Lamberts Bay, South Africa

Warming seas could put seabirds out of sync with prey – study

Seabirds may struggle to find food for their chicks because they are unable to shift their breeding seasons as the climate warms, research suggests.

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