By Jake Buehler
Researchers estimate there are fewer than 1000 breeding pairs of the recently identified New Caledonian storm petrel, which is about the size of a sparrow and spends little time on land.
The birds were identified by scientists in 2008, south of the islands of New Caledonia in the South Pacific Ocean. The petrels, which have a distinctly streaked plumage, …
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