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Love them, or hate them, and let’s face it most of us hate them, the Liverpool Seagull population has steadily risen in the last couple of years and they’re taking over the city one victim at a time!
If you’ve managed to walk the length of town and not been splattered with their white/green/yellow/brown* (delete as appropriate) sh*t then you’re like some kind of lucky talisman.
Furthermore, if you’ve managed to eat any food from a polystyrene tray or maccies box and not been dive-bombed or screeched at so loud that you drop it, again, count yourself lucky, youre probably next!
Here’s ten reasons why Scouse seagulls are the hardest around…
“Liverpool seagulls are undoubtedly the bad boys (and girls) of the bird world – just look at the way they strut around the city centre, looking you up and down with those piercing eyes and scaring off pigeons with a quick flap of the wings. They’re not scared of anyone, which is maybe why you’ll find so many hanging out by Liverpool Crown Court every day”
It looks like the birds are here to stay, we’re hoping for some kind of peace agreement in the not too distant future! Scouse Seagulls, we salute you!
By Kate Reilly James
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