Gulls are typically medium to large sized birds. They are also usually grey or white and sometimes black. They have squawking calls. They have webbed feet and long bills. They are carnivores. They usually eat crab and small fish. They have long jaws so they can get a very good grip on the thing they are eating. Gulls are typically coastal inland species, rarely venturing out to sea.
Sea gulls live worldwide. They have been reported to live on every country. The drink salt water, as well as fresh water. Sea gulls are often taking a wide range of prey. They eat alive and dead animals.