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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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Headlines have included "Seagull terror: lock up your babies" and "Psycho seagulls keep out illegals".
Birds of prey could be seen patrolling the streets of Beaumaris in a bid to alleviate the town's problem with "dangerous" and "aggressive" seagulls, which have been seen flying off with steaks and sandwiches from diners' plates at some of the town's eateries.
Earlier this month experts said that Cardiff could soon have the largest seagull population in the world, despite increasing by only 3% per year for the past five years.
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Together with rock, bucket and spades, seagulls are associated with the seaside.
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PEOPLE who feed seagulls in Gwynedd will soon face fines of up to pounds 50.
He has a keen interest in wildlife and hoped to assist the seagull in some way.
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Seagull on February 11 announced that Osvaldo Laurido & Associates, a software consulting firm based in Puerto Rico, will manage a distribution network for Seagull products throughout Latin America.
Some scientists had speculated that low-quality dump food wouldn't meet seagull nutritional requirements during the breeding season, which runs from egg laying in mid-April until young chicks leave the nest in early July.