Why Are Seagulls a Protected Species?

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The main reason why seagulls are protected species is because of their high decline rate. These birds are also known to feed mainly on sea creatures and build nests on sea-cliffs or islands for breeding purposes.
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Because jorden McMahon. Rapes them ;
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I don't really like seagulls either but I get what you mean. Though they do spread diseases, they are still protected because UK doesn't want them extinct.
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1. Reduce your fossil fuel consumption, recycle and reduce consumption in general. Every new product you buy uses up raw materials and energy. The extraction of fossil fuels causes
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9 species of Seagulls,Heermann’s Gull,Common,Mew,Herring
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