Apologies for the photo the camera phone has one or two slight limitations.

More native Yorkshire animals…. As you can see it’s the usual baking sunshine and deep blue skies on a typical British bank holiday. What is interesting about this photo is the way you can see an apex predator bully another unfortunate creature. Those poor Polar Bears. They just don’t stand a chance with a Gull. Rumour has it that the next evil galactic creature Marvel will replace Thanos with will be a Seagull. Maybe the one who we watched chase seals off to eat their food. Or these chaps who happily took the meat off the bears. Or maybe the one in the car park who we watched walk up to a parked car and start violently pecking at it it’s door. Or the one we saw sitting next to the tiger clearly eyeballing him. Or the one who crapped on my car from front to back.

29 thoughts on “Apex monster

  1. Oh yes, those darn seagulls! On our last getaway, a trip to the boardwalk was almost our last – Declan was eating French fries and the gulls flew over him and swooped down, taking the food right from his hands. Of course it was terrifying to him. He screamed, cried, fell – and lost all his food to the stupid birds. He later decided he would go back to the boardwalk, just not eat unless indoors.

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  2. Seagulls are beautiful, but don’t trust them – they can be viscous I remember flocks of gulls when I was a child growing up on the coast of Newfoundland The horrific shrieking and screaming at the crack of dawn as seagulls fought over the fishy remains that those who ply the sea would toss overboard. Often I thought their cries would pierce my eardrums, leaving me deaf for the rest of my days.

    Awesome rendition of a seagull story and the horrors they represent. LOL

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  3. Well said, Sir! πŸ™‚

    Every one of God’s creatures has a purpose. The seagull’s appears to be to poop on the cars of beachgoers, to eat chips and to annoy practically any creature on legs.

    Nice work if you can get it! πŸ˜‰

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