Seagull Stomps Grass To Imitate Rainfall, Trick Worms Into Surfacing

October 30, 2019

This is an entirely-too-long-for-anything-but-academic-study video (4+ minutes) of a seagull stomping around in the grass to trick worms to think it's raining and come to the surface to be eaten. It gets a bunch too. Well, I suppose it was either this or the worms actually come out when it's raining then dry out on the sidewalk so my dog can try to eat and/or roll in them. I prefer this. "Haha, no -- you get out there and do God's work,' I imagine ordering the seagulls as I a shoo them away from my bag of Cape Cod Sea Salt and Vinegar chips.

Keep going for the full video.

Thanks to Camilla, who

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