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So when domoic acid incidents became more common in the 2000s—more brown pelicans, more cormorants, and even sea-lions—dots throughout history started to connect.
Most of the Cormorant's time is spent in fishing, for he lives entirely on fish, and catches immense numbers of them.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
This habit seems to show that the Cormorant uses his wings, as well as his feet, in his frequent journeys under water.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
Sometimes the Cormorant swims slowly along with his head under water, on the watch for small fish.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
The Cormorant could not perform this feat, but his throat will stretch so as to allow the passage of large fish.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
In some countries there is a price on his head--that is, so much money is given for every Cormorant killed.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
The Cormorant is famous for his large appetite; he chases even big fish, of a size to choke him, you would think.
ON THE SEASHORER. CADWALLADER SMITH
"A nobly-born cormorant without doubt," exclaimed the youth approvingly.
Better go without your dinner, I thought, than be thus everlastingly fishing for it like a cormorant.
CAPE CODHENRY D. THOREAU
The result was that Peggoty used immediately to walk off and leave his cormorant kinsman to the undivided booty.
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON

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