Breakaway | Aug 28, 2012 | 5:53

Dead or deranged gannets showing up along the Lower North Shore

Over the past week, Lower North Shore residents have been reporting dead gannets washing up on shore and others exhibiting strange behaviours in the region. Randy Jones, mayor of Gros Mecatina, called in from Tabatcher to explain what he's seen and heard about this strange and troubling situation involving these large seabirds.

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