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Mercury as an Indicator of Foraging Ecology but not the Breeding Hormone Prolactin in Seabirds

Marine predators are frequently exposed to contaminants through diet, and thus contaminants like mercury have the potential to be used as tracers of foraging ecology. Mercury’s neurotoxic and endocrine-disrupting effects can have far-ranging consequences for both individuals and populations, and thus mercury concentrations could also be indicative of wildlife health.

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