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Rescued birds to be released

The RSPCA has been called to the rescue of more than 100 seabirds being found covered in an unidentified sticky substance.

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More birds washed up on South coast

The number of birds being found dead on the South coast is continuing to rise. Most of the guillemots - which have been coming into the RSPCA centre since Tuesday - were washed up at Chesil Beach, near Portland - covered in a sticky substance.

But they've also been found in West Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Richard Lawrence has the latest.

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