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Nearly 1000 fur seals have died along the Kaikōura coastline in New Zealand in the past five months due to warmer sea temperatures and depleted fish stocks. Post-mortem tests showed that many of the dead seals were starving baby seals. Scientists are conducting further research to understand the exact causes of the mortality event. The deaths of the fur seals are believed to be indicative of changes taking place in the oceans. The ecosystem collapse in Kaikōura has also led to starvation among seabirds, highlighting the need for policy changes and increased marine reserves.

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