Seagull Has Absolutely No Chill When It Comes to Meatballs

He basically set a world record here.

Seagull Has Absolutely No Chill When It Comes to Meatballs

He basically set a world record here.

Seagulls are such interesting birds, and anyone who has encountered one knows that the eat just about anything. Sadly, researchers have found all sorts of non-food related items in their stomach, like plastic and non-edible garbage. Thankfully the happy seagull who pays TikTok user @BalconyBuddy a daily visit isn't missing any meals. 

Check out this wild bird and his utter adoration of meatballs. He doesn't even stop to inhale! 

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There could be a chance this bird is finding food for his family! After parent seagulls eat their meals they regurgitate it as partially digested food from a special place in their gullet called the crop. The crop prepares food for digestion before it reaches the stomach. The regurgitated food is fed to the baby seagulls, beak to beak. TikTok user @Terierhmanh825 agreed with this, posting, "They have pouches....He will take it to his family...like carry out!" @Amyielts adds, "He's starving. Thank you for sharing your food. You are a sunshine to the wicked world." Roxy adds, "Me eating a multipack and returning home with one saying 'I bought you one!' " LOL! 

What a sweet friendship they have! We hope Buddy's family enjoys their takeout dinner! 

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