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June 04, 2007
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue,...
FORTESCUE, UNITED STATES
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue,...
A migrating Red Knot is seen near dead horseshoe crabs on the beach along the Delaware Bay in Fortescue, New Jersey, May 30, 2007. The shorebird is edging closer to extinction, threatened by fishermen who destroy its food staple for bait and loved by ornithologists who are drawn from around the world to count it. The Red Knot, once a numerous springtime visitor to the beaches of the Delaware Bay on the U.S. Atlantic Coast, has declined to an all-time low of 12,300 birds, down from some 15,000 last year and around 100,000 in the mid-1980s. Picture taken May 30, 2007. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer (UNITED STATES)
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