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'Black hole' in UK seabird numbers


Scientists claim that we still know very little about how Britain's beloved seabirds survive when at sea.

Environment correspondent David Miller travelled to the Hebridean island of Colonsay to find out more about Britain's "surprisingly enigmatic" seabirds.

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