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Science - Fiji Shark Project
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Southern Right Whale
Wildlife South Africa
Pictures of a Hartlaub gull colony (Larus hartlaubii) on Dyer Island with many detail shots. The HartlaubÂ´s gull breeds often together with the Swift terns.The Hartlaubâ€™s Gulls (Larus hartlaubii) breed on Dyer Island together with the Swift Terns. Hartlaubâ€™s Gulls are only found at the South African coast and on the islands off Cape Agulhas and Swakopmund.
The total population is estimated at 30,000 birds (In the year 2000). There are 50 species of gulls worldwide, with the Hartlaubâ€™s Gull being one of the rarest.
IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
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