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Muppet

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From Muppet Wiki

A couple of Seagulls appear during Liberace's number, "Misty," in The Muppet Show episode 309. One seagull would later show up in a few Sesame Street segments, including a Love Boat parody.


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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

A seagull in TBOGT

Seagulls are collectibles in the episodes The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony for Grand Theft Auto IV. They are similar to the main game's pigeons in which they are "collected" by shooting them. There are 50 seagulls total in both games. All 50 in The Lost and Damned were found by the gaming community within five days of release, before any official information was released. Collecting all seagulls will reward you an Innovation outside your second safehouse. The reward for collecting all of the seagulls in The Ballad of Gay Tony is an APC at Yusuf Amir's construction site.

Other Games

In Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, the player is able to shoot down seagulls with a sniper rifle. They can then check their stats menu to see "Seagulls Sniped" stat, tallying the amount of seagulls they have shot down. This doesn't give the player any reward.

See also

External links

  • gta4onlineguide.com - info for finding all 50 seagulls with maps, pictures, and descriptions
  • GameFAQs topic, all 50 seagulls found




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Halo

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A seagull, as seen in Halo 3.

Seagulls are a species of bird native to Earth.

They can be seen on the Halo 3 Multiplayer map Last Resort. It is possible to kill them. If they are killed while above the water they float and can be washed ashore. Some players may use them for target practice, due to their small size and slow movements.


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From Lostpedia

Releasing the gull ("Par Avion")
Gull with band ("Par Avion")
Gull on seaweed ("Par Avion")

The gulls appeared on The Island during what Claire believed to be a migration. She wanted to catch one after noting that they were banded. Desmond believed Charlie would die if he attempted to catch a gull. Desmond convinced Charlie not to help, and then thwarted Claire's attempts to catch one with Jin and Sun. Soon after, Desmond retrieved a gull by himself for Claire. Claire wrote a message which she and Charlie attached to the captured gull. They set it free, hoping the message would be found by the outside world. ("Par Avion")

Message

The message Claire and Charlie attached reads:

"To whom it may concern: We are survivors of Oceanic Flight 815. We have survived on this island for 80 days. We were six hours into the flight when the pilot said we were off course and turned back toward Fiji. We hit turbulence and crashed. We've been waiting here all this time--waiting for rescue that has not come. We do not know where we are. We only know you have not found us. We've done our best to live on this island. Some of us have come to accept we may never leave it. Not all of us have survived since the crash. But there is new life, too, and with it, there is hope. We are alive. Please don't give up on us."

Trivia

  • The bird Claire and Desmond handled was an adult Silver Gull (Larus novaehollandiae). Its range comprises of Australia, New Zealand, and New Caledonia. According to ornithological literature it does not migrate outside its year-round range and does not venture far out to sea; however it is listed in Fiji (the last port of the freighter) under the status of "Rare/Accidental." This bird's actual species may be a production oversight. With the expectancy of a single-species flock, it would be reasonable to assume that if the bird in fact was a Silver Gull, the whole flock was.
  • Interestingly, the message does not explicitly contradict the official cover story later purported by the Oceanic Six: Neither does it give a number of survivors (Six? Eight? Forty?), nor does it state how many of them exactly died on the island, nor anything else that doesn't outright contradict the tale of the Oceanic Six. The only possible contradiction might be the part about "heading back to Fiji" (Who told them? How did Oceanic Flight 815 end up in the Sunda Trench?).

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Runescape

Up to date as of February 07, 2010
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From the RuneScape Wiki, the wiki for all things RuneScape

Not to be confused with gulls.

Seagulls are medium to large birds commonly found near the sea, especially in port cities like Port Sarim and Catherby. These birds have a very large amount of Hitpoints for their level. However, they cannot hit for any damage, making them a prime target for beginners, with low Combat level.

Level 3 seagulls, distinguishable by their slightly larger size, have more defence then their level 2 brethren. Thus, the level 2 seagulls are the best experience for those with Combat levels 3-7, while the level 3 seagulls are good for those with Combat levels 8+.

After the 2008 Thanksgiving event, the cornucopia became a possible drop from the seagull.

Contents

Quests

Locations

Drops

100% Drops

Other drops

Trivia

  • On the 1st of April 2009, in the Patch's notes, Mod Emilee said:"Seagulls have now been added to the Hunter skill and can be found along some coastlines. You'll need to wave your butterfly net in a gullible fashion to catch these birds". It was an April's fool prank. During the Easter event they removed the seagull from the hunter skill.

See also

  • Birds
  • Bestiary:Levels 1 to 10
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