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Are Herring Gulls big?

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Herring gulls are large, noisy gulls found throughout the year around our coasts and inland around rubbish tips, fields, large reservoirs and lakes, especially during winter. Adults have light grey backs, white under parts, and black wing tips with white 'mirrors'.

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    Considering the big size of the tank, a 75 gallon tank can easily fit in 25-30 fishes. It can be a home to freshwater as well as marine water fishes. Even though you can bring a lot of options to reality, you need to keep certain factors under consideration.

  • Why does salmon upset my stomach?

    When seafood which carries Anisakis is eaten raw or in a near raw sate, Anisakis enters the stomach and intestinal wall of human beings, causing gastroenteritis, also called “Anisakis disease.” Anisakis disease frequently occurs within eight hours after eating parasitized seafood and mainly causes intense stomach pain.

  • Can I cook frozen shrimp?

    Totally! Unlike chicken or salmon that must be cooked to a correct temperature to ensure their safety, shrimp are so small and so quick to cook that it's hard to undercook them or serve them underdone. Cooking them from frozen actually helps prevent overcooking, leading to juicer, more tender shrimp.

  • Are smoked clams healthy?

    Clams are a very nutritious whole food with a host of health benefits. They are a lean source of protein; are rich in minerals, vitamins, and Omega- 3 fatty acids; they promote sexual health; and have been found to possess cancer-preventing properties.

  • Which is healthier sardines or herring?

    There's not a big difference between sardines and herring. ... Both herring and sardines are very good for us because they provide high levels of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, essential fats that also play an important role in normal brain development and function.

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