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Diets of Cape Cormorant (Phalacrocorux cupensis) were sampled from 198 1 to 1985, between Mercury (25"43' S) and Dyer (3441' S) islands of the Benguela upwelling ecosystem off Namibia and South Africa. Over 99% of identifiable prey items were pelagic fish: cape anchovy (Engraulis japonicus capensis), 46%; pelagic goby (Suflogobius bibarbatus), 34%; and maasbanker (Truchurus truchurus), 14%. Daily, monthly, and regional variation in diet was three to four times that of annual variation,doi:10.2307/1368531 fatcat:vxvvhpvswzewdlmlmxuiq2grda