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Did polution play a part in Tarbert cygnet deaths?

MYSTERY surrounds the deaths of seven cygnets at Tarbert Harbour.

Many locals kept an eye on the brood and watched in horror as their numbers slowly depleted until none was left.

The reasons could be different for each bird, with many suggesting seagulls and people feeding the swans the wrong kind of food could have been responsible for at least some of the deaths.

There was also a sewage leak into the harbour recently which may have contributed to poisoning the water.

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