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More seabirds caught in Devon and Cornwall 'glue' mystery

Hundreds of dead seabirds have been washed up along the south coast of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.

The birds are covered in a sticky glue-like substance believed to be the same chemical that affected hundreds of birds earlier in the year.

Duncan Kennedy is at an animal welfare centre in Somerset, where washing up liquid and toothbrushes are being used to help affected birds

  • 15 Apr 2013
  • From the section UK
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