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There were dragon hatcheries on the island of Dragonstone under the Dragonmont volcano, where many eggs and young hatchling dragons could be found. [4] [6] The dragon called the Cannibal was known to attack the hatcheries and eat eggs and newborn hatchlings. [6]

In the 1960s, the naturalist Derek Ratcliffe compared peregrine falcon eggs from historical collections with more recent egg-shell samples, and was able to demonstrate a decline in shell thickness. [3] This was found to cause the link between the use by farmers of pesticides such as DDT and dieldrin , and the decline of British populations of birds of prey.

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