The deaths of more than 9,000 thousand seabirds along Alaska’s western coast this summer prompted government agencies to once again study their corpses to determine why they had died, according to a press release from the National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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An international collaboration has found that hazardous chemicals were detected in plastics eaten by seabirds. …