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Dunbar, Scotland: Hundreds of gannets swirl and nest around Bass Rock lighthouse. The 107m (350ft) slab of volcanic rock is home to 150,000 birds and the world’s largest colony of northern gannets Photograph: Getty Images

Hundreds of gannets swirl and nest around Bass Rock lighthouse. The 107m (350ft) slab of volcanic rock is home to 150,000 birds and the world’s largest colony of northern gannets

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