In this April 28, 2012 photo, health ministry workers stand by carcasses of a pelicans on the shore of Pimentel beach in Chiclayo, Peru. The pelicans, according to the Agriculture Ministry, are believed to be dying of starvation as unusually high water temperatures make scarce anchovetas, the fish in the anchovy family that is their primary food source. (AP Photo/Nestor Salvatierra)

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In this April 28, 2012 photo, health ministry workers stand by carcasses of a pelicans on the shore of Pimentel beach in Chiclayo, Peru. The pelicans, according to the Agriculture Ministry, are believed to be dying of starvation as unusually high water temperatures make scarce anchovetas, the fish in the anchovy family that is their primary food source.  (AP Photo/Nestor Salvatierra)
In this April 28, 2012 photo, health ministry workers stand by carcasses of a pelicans on the shore of Pimentel beach in Chiclayo, Peru. The pelicans, according to the Agriculture Ministry, are believed to be dying of starvation as unusually high water temperatures make scarce anchovetas, the fish in the anchovy family that is their primary food source. (AP Photo/Nestor Salvatierra)
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