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  • Ohiosweetheart
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    oh kewl.... Doritos poop

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  • kuyenmotdivad
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    Originally posted by simsim View Post
    LOL. If it could steal it, sure it could open it. It doesn't seem it's the first time it does so anyway.

    Edit: There you're.
    LOL, so funny I know what to feed birds now where I like, Doritos...Chilli flavour :P


    Only joking I am not evil

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  • V-Dub
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    Mesaw this a while ago, but it's still funny!

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  • simsim
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    Originally posted by DaveTomneyUK View Post
    Very funny but the poor little thing, How is it going to open them?
    LOL. If it could steal it, sure it could open it. It doesn't seem it's the first time it does so anyway.

    Edit: There you're.

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  • kuyenmotdivad
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    Very funny but the poor little thing, How is it going to open them?

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  • slappy
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    Seagulls have always been opportunists. They frequently scavange for food where ever it is easiest to acquire.

    If you've ever been out in a boat on the ocean and are fishing, you will generally find gulls hanging around seeking to "nab" a snack or two. Besides, when they actually fish in the ocean, they also become "food."

    Great many of them have frequently taken up homes far from the Oceans and eat whatever messy humans leave behind or out in the open.

    Regards,

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  • Jake Bunce
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    It's still hunting, but it's hunting for people food.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    1) The animal is not hunting his own food. Probably no fish in the local waters anyway.

    2) Plastic Detritus is overtaking the world. http://www.mindfully.org/Plastic/Oce...and24feb04.htm

    3) Plastic can't be digested and kills many animals when they mistake it for food.
    http://www.mindfully.org/Plastic/Oce...estion1997.htm

    Of course there are a lot more links here:
    http://www.mindfully.org/Plastic/Ocean/ocean.htm

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  • Zachery
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    Animals cannot find food on their own.

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  • Mazinger
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    Funny.

    What's the impace on the environment from this, btw?

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  • Wayne Luke
    started a topic Bird steals Doritos

    Bird steals Doritos

    What an impact on the environment this statement makes:

    http://bebo.com/FlashBox.jsp?FlashBoxId=4453043579
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