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Video S1. Video explaining the rationale for developing endoscopy as a method for assessing parasite burdens of wild shags. (available at

Video S2. Four video clips showing the variation in parasite burdens encountered in the wild shags, ranging from an individual that has no worms present (‘absent’) following treatment with a dose of 4 mg kg−1 of ivermectin; through low, medium and high burdens. (available at

Data S1. Modelling of the parasite data.

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