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What do baby herring gulls eat?

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Herring gulls generally forage within 10km of their nests while lesser black-backed gulls will travel much further to feed. They hunt fish and other sea creatures, but also take carrion, rubbish, litter and waste food, as well as eggs and chicks of other seabirds.

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