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UK is facing “a seagull apocalypse” as lockdown cripples pest control
UK is facing “a seagull apocalypse” as lockdown cripples pest control
Lockdown, with beaches deserted, buildings closed and bins overflowing, is likely to cause a particular pest control nightmare could be around the corner, as the skies fill with legions of seagulls.
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