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New crop of chemicals is found in birds' eggs

By Colin Nickerson
Globe Staff / March 11, 2008

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Eggs from an array of Maine birds - from lordly bald eagles to timorous piping plovers; from swallows snarfing insects in suburban backyards to storm-petrels feeding hundreds of miles at sea - contain 100 industrial and household contaminants, scientists will report today. (Full article: 886 words)

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