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When threatened, fulmar chicks vomit a foul smelling, sticky oil at their attacker.

If the predator is a bird, the oil will glue their feathers together, preventing them from flying away.

If they make the mistake of trying to wash it off in the sea, they will realize that the oil has caused them to lose buoyancy and they drown.

Predatory seabirds only get one shot at learning this fatal lesson


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