Great black-backed gull



[blak-bakt] /ˈblækˌbækt/

noun
1.
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[blak-bakt] /ˈblækˌbækt/
noun
1.
any of several white gulls, as Larus marinus (great black-backed gull) having a black back and wings.
noun
1.
either of two common black-and-white European coastal gulls, Larus fuscus (lesser black-backed gull) and L. marinus (great black-backed gull)
2.
Also called karoro. a southern gull, larus dominicanus, with black feathers on its back

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