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The breeding population of the cormorant in western part of Germany in the period 1980-1992 increased up to 2327 pairs (20 colonies). Majority of cormorants breed in colonies close to the Baltic coast. The inland colonies are distributed along the valley of the river Rhine and on lakes of the Bavarian Lower Alps.
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