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Seagulls ‘divorced’: Large seabirds known for monogamy may be separated because of climate change, study finds

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“For the first time, to our knowledge, we document the disruptive effects of challenging environmental conditions on the reproduction of monogamous populations, potentially influenced by higher reproductive costs, phenotypic changes and physiological stress,” the study reports. “Therefore, environmental divorce may represent an overlooked consequence of global change.”

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