Friday 17 August 2018

WATCH: Dublin seagulls could learn a thing or two about manners from their friendly Kerry peers

Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Dublin seagulls are not exactly known for their friendliness when it comes to interacting with humans.

Anyone attempting to eat a bag of chips outside in Howth, or enjoy a snack while walking down Talbot Street, takes their life in their hands.

However, it seems their Kerry peers are a much friendlier flock.

This footage, captured in Dingle, shows a man and his best feathered friend going on a boat ride to find Fungie the dolphin.

Paul Britten from England makes regular trips to Kerry to photograph Fungie and he met his friend along the way.

"The birds love him. This happens all the time," says Gillian May, who filmed the footage.

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