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PACIFIC GULL
Pacific gull (Larus pacificus) is a very large gull, native to the coasts of Australia. It is moderately common between Carnarvon in the west, and Sydney in the east, although it has become scarce in some parts of the south-east, as a result of competition from the kelp gull, which has "self-introduced" since the 1940s. This bird had just picked up a Puffin fish out of the water. Lakes Entrance (East Gippsland) - Victoria.