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The albatrosses are one of the most threatened groups of seabirds in the world. Renowned for their ship-following habits, large numbers continue to die throughout the oceans, when they become hooked or entangled with fishing gear. Introduced pests on breeding islands eat eggs and chicks, and birds mistake plastic debris in the ocean for food. Climate change is rapidly altering the distribution and availability of food in the oceans and bringing unfavourable conditions to breeding islands, making it harder to successfully breed. Learn More.
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