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Rising temperatures in the Arctic are encouraging Barnacle geese to speed up their migration journeys north every spring, says a new study.
But their efforts to go faster are leaving them too drained to lay their eggs early when they arrive.
This is bad news for the species as their chicks are hatched too late to take advantage of the
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