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seagull

a noisy, gregarious bird that frequents the seashore. Web-footed, hook-billed, white with gray wings. Member of the family Laridae and of the genus Larus.
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Neil Egan tweeted: "Everyone living in Cardiff has problems with seagulls.
If we have seagulls landing on the track in the problem area, Graham is there to scare them off," says Arkell.
Mr Rock, who has carried out research on seagulls in Cardiff for much of the past decade, said: "Cardiff is a city with a lot of very suitable rooftops and there is plenty of food to be had.
The nastiest thing I have seen a seagull do is drop a calling card into a fellow worker's tea as he sat outside having a break.
The men could not do any work up there because the seagulls were defending their young.
Who can blame the seagulls for taking advantage of such an abundant supply of food?
Once seagulls have established a source of food, they will return time and time again, gradually increasing in number until they become a public nuisance.
And seagulls struck again by plopping on camera in between Ian Ward and Ian Bell during an analysis piece on Sky Sports.
The county council says there is "very little action" it can take against seagulls.
Seagulls are sort of the irritating babies of the bird world, which isn't the best starting point when choosing a nickname to strike fear into your illustrious opponents.
The large number of seagulls in Rhyl has often been described as a problem by local traders in the town and birds of prey have been deployed in a bid to drive them from the town centre.
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