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Sea Gull Behavior


Sea gulls are social creatures. They are opportunistic scavengers. Sea gulls eat crabs, small fish, insects, and small rodents. More and more sea gulls are moving their nests into urban areas, because they find a lot of food sources there. Sea gulls primarily communicate using calls and body language. Some sea gull species migrate in the winter.