Seagul eating a rabbit

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Gwenoakes
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Seagul eating a rabbit

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Did anyone see this on tv? Not sure what channel it was, but the gull dragged the rabbit out of the hole and literally eat it head first...……...YUK, YUK, YUK.
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There was a hen running away from the flock carrying a mouse, then swallowing it whole on the Private Life of hens. But I think some of us have seen that in real life.
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I saw that, Mo, Were they ex batts and the lady that owned them was rescuing loads of them and rehoming?
By the way it was not on tv about the seagull and rabbit, but on FB, Clare showed me it this morning. Yet another senior moment I am having...………..sigh...…………….
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Yes that's the one. Someone on facebook was bemoaning a crow robbing a blackbirds nest, not nice to witness though I wouldn't go as far as someone who suggested shooting the crow. I watched a magpie doing the same to a blackbirds nest in our hedge. But at least they don't rear their food in factory farms.
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Gulls are lethal !!

This one spent ages trying to get a large fish out the Solent the other day.
Seemed to be skinning it.

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Walking on the water
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That is a very impressive piccie, Richard.
Talking about Magpies Mo, we were only saying today that there are hardly any round us which is the exact opposite of previous years. I wonder why.
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One n my garden yesterday eating my gooseberries (magpie)
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