30 Nov '17, 6am

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! What's so funny? Oh, it's just the laughing gull.

Like many seagulls, the laughing gull eats a variety of prey and will both hunt and scavenge for suitable food. They forage for a variety of living, coastal invertebrates and for human garbage. They also often steal food from other predators, especially the brown pelican . Adult laughing gulls have few predators, but they are likely taken by tiger sharks and other large, coastal sharks when they float on the sea surface. Like all seabirds, laughing gulls nest on land. They reproduce via internal fertilization, and the females lay fertilized eggs in nests made of coastal grasses, directly on the ground. Both males and females incubate the eggs and care for the chicks. Laughing gulls reach sexual maturity at approximately age three. The laughing gull is a common species throughout its range and is a species of least conservation concern. In fact, its populations are increasi...

Full article: http://oceana.org/marine-life/seabirds/laughing-gull

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