“As many as nine out of 10 of the world’s seabirds are likely to have pieces of plastic in their guts, a new study estimates. … ‘It’s pretty astronomical,’ said [the] study coauthor.” (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/sep/01/up-to-90-of-seabirds-have-plastic-in-their-guts-study-finds)
*Gastronomical or plastronomical.
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“Powers are available to create protected areas at sea that safeguard key habitats for sandeels, a key prey item for many of our seabirds like kittiwake.” (http://scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk/article/trust-issues-warning-about-seabird-decline/)
Our second priority should be the brogue whelk.