Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus)

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Eggs of peregrine falcon, crushed by parent due to thin shells caused by DDT
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Eggs of peregrine falcon, crushed by parent due to thin shells caused by DDT  
Eggs of peregrine falcon, crushed by parent due to thin shells caused by DDT

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