Seals ‘hunt for prey at offshore windfarms’

GPS tracking showed several travelling in a grid-like pattern between individual turbines, apparently foraging

Seals are taking advantage of offshore windfarms to forage for food, satellite tracking has shown.

Data from tagging harbour and grey seals on the British and Dutch coasts of the North Sea revealed that 11 harbour seals visited two active windfarms off the German and UK coasts.

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