Workers are racing against time to remove a glue-like material trapped to the feathers of hundreds of birds washed up on the south west coast. Hundreds of washed up birds have died, as a result of the mystery substance, according to the RSCPA.
An investigation is underway along 200 miles of coastline. ITV News Reporter Richard Lawrence reports from an RSPCA centre near Taunton:
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