Oct 9, 2018
The northern fulmar (Fulmarus glacialis) is one of the commonest seabirds in the North Atlantic, and a true master of the air. It is also, slightly less romantically, a master of vomiting noxious oil. And it is one of those rare species that appears to have benefited from humanity's industrial exploitation of the natural environment. But most importantly for this episode, it is a central character in the story of an extraordinary human community - a key part in explaining how, for centuries, a village of perhaps two hundred people survived in one of Britain's most isolated, bleak locations ...
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