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Seagulls are characteristic birds of the sea

The seagulls are a family of birds from the ranks of waders. They are robust birds with floating legs, long pointed horseshoes, hooked beak and tail that is usually cut off. Characteristic gullies are mainly white, gray and black. They are mainly kept with organic residues. The sexes are the same, the brown color predominates in the pups. Puppies of large species are completely repainted only after a few years and they receive adult feathers. There are 2-3 eggs. We know about 40 species of seagulls. They live all over the land, along all seas and continents. Some species fly far from the shores to the open sea and return to the shores. Gullies are preferred to fish, some of them hunting insects. The insect species of seagulls must migrate before winter. Seagulls fishing in the sea can stay in their homeland in winter. They often tear the scum, catch a loot of their lives and cling to food along the coast. They also love snakes.

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