It could be days before the true scale of the pollution spill affecting sea birds on the south coast of England is known, wildlife experts have said.
Conservationists believe many birds covered in a mystery sticky substance could have been blown out to sea by prevailing winds - leading to yet more fatalities as they are unable to feed and become cold and exhausted.
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