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Birds Choke to Death on Migrant Fish

Animals  (tags: seabirds, puffins, choking to death, migrant fish, mystery, coastal waters )

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Britain's sea birds are facing a deadly new threat from a population explosion of strange, seahorse-like creatures in our coastal waters. The snake pipefish, virtually unknown around the UK in 2002, has undergone a massive, baffling and dangerous


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alicia m (97)
Friday November 25, 2011, 12:50 am
noted, and with kind permission:crowfunding for puffins
Hello each,I'm forwarding this from my cousin Heather's son,(my second cousin?) he is looking for help with funding a project. He was on "The One Show" last year doing research into puffin behavior, and is continuing to put all his efforts into it. He studied at Oxford and Cambridge universities, and has contributed to quite a few books on the subject of puffins. Please pass it on to your friends if you think they may be interested. Thanks Jenny
Hi All, I recently signed up for a challenge to see if we could get people to contribute towards funding scientific projects. I decided to see if people would be interested in helping to track Puffin migrations. So I had to make an appeal and a video..
Here it is!

Witness my horrible voiceover! And hereís the rest of the projects that are looking to get funded!

Feel free to pass this round and see if anyone is interested! Apparently I have to convince people to contribute a little asap, so that it looks like itís off to a good start! Rob x
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