Definition of 'seabird'
Example sentences containing 'seabird'
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There are growing fears about the capacity of fish and seabirds to absorb potentially harmful plastic compounds and to pass the effects up the food chain.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
There has also been a nine per cent decline in the number of seabirds breeding in the UK over the past decade.The Sun (2010)
Plastic is swallowed by fish and seabirds, inhibiting their growth, and can end up being consumed by humans.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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