cormorant


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cormorant

a sombre, mostly black, coastal bird that dives for its prey. There are many species. Called also shag, Phalacrocorax and Halietor spp.
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The studied colony was the largest cormorant colony in the North Bohemia.
The cormorant is often referred to as the Liver Bird, and is used widely in the city.
So Burga sent chemicals and protocols to Verdugo, who took DNA from another species, the neotropic cormorant, and sent it to Burga.
Cormorant Pharmaceuticals is a privately held, biopharmaceutical company founded by Maarten de Chateau and Urban Paulsson and based at the Karolinska Institute Science Park in Stockholm, Sweden.
Though the circumstances under which Cecil was killed are vastly different from the ones under which sea lion, cormorant, and barred owl slaughters are being carried out in the US, the global outrage at the lion's death highlights how a focus on the individual can help a species as a whole.
A total of 5 Pelagic Cormorant nests were found at 2 colonies (1 known and 1 new) in WQCS in 2014 (Table 1).
Cormorant fishing technique is still a popular tradition among tourists visiting these parts," adds the artist.
58 Cormorant Drive, Dunston, Gateshead, is to let through Fraser Lake at PS500pcm, tel: 0191 478 3456.
No oil leaked into the sea and after the platform leg affected was washed out, engineers found the Brent pipeline was not connected to the broken pipe in the Cormorant Alpha and was cleared to re-open.
The cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo, is an extraordinary bird whose very appearance prompts strong reactions.
The 80,000 barrels per day (bpd) system, which forms part of the global Brent oil benchmark, was shut on Saturday after oil was found to have leaked into a leg of the Cormorant Alpha platform in the UK North Sea.