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Through WWF's Wildlife Adaptation Innovation Fund, we are piloting a project building artificial nests to increase the reproductive rate of the shy albatross, which is experiencing population declines due to higher temperatures and the increasing frequency and intensity of extreme rainfall events. Credits: © Matthew Newton / WWF-Aus
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