Why Don’t You Ever See A Seagull In A Tree?
15 May 2018, 16:41 | Updated: 4 June 2018, 12:19
Mystery Hour Question
Name: Leon, Bromley
Question: Why don’t you ever see a seagull in a tree?
Answer: Seagulls live on cliffs, that’s what they look to replicate when they look to sit down on a building or something.
They can’t grip onto branches with their feet. A seagull is like a duck with webbed feet.
If a seagull lands on the feet it paddles and has no grip.