A rescue operation is under way after approximately 100 seabirds were washed up on the south coast covered in an unidentified sticky white substance.
The RSPB said the guillemots, a kind of awk, were discovered on Lyme Bay near Weymouth.The birds have been taken to West Hatch Animal Centre in Taunton but attempts to clean them have been hampered by not knowing what the substance is, Grahame Madge, of the RSPB, said.
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