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Glaucous gull white AAL is seen already three times in the tern colony near the dogyard.
He seems hunting for arctic tern chicks and walks for 20-30 minutes while being attacked by numerous terns.
Life is not easy for this predator. Each time he is bleeding from his head.
The terns draw blood. Still, the glaucous gull takes his time.
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