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To catch their prey, blue theropods can dive to a depth of 20 meters and for more than 30 seconds, but their dives are usually shallow and short.

They drown in water from a height of up to 100 meters.

Blue-footed boobies, like other seabirds, are at risk of plastic contamination, including ingesting microplastics and becoming entangled in larger chunks

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