The mouse is quite large but still swallowed by gulls in just a few seconds.
Seagulls have no trouble even though the mice are large.
Road users record the moment when gulls eat their prey on the sidewalk in Rome, Sun reported on June 29. The video caused a social networking fever with 4.6 million views and more than 22,000 comments. Seagulls have no trouble even though the mice are large. It opened its beak and quickly swallowed its prey. When only a piece of mouse tail was left, the gulls were startled by the passers-by and flew away.
The sight of gulls eating big mice is not uncommon in Rome. "Gulls are predators. In cities, instead of fish, they eat rodents," commented Roberto Fedeli's account on social media. Many also complain that the streets are unhygienic and that rubbish has attracted more rats, cockroaches and other animals in recent times.
Gulls are widely distributed around the world, some adults can weigh more than 2.3 kg with a wingspan of 152 cm. The food of gulls is very diverse, including fish, rodents, crustaceans, even human food. In the UK, gulls cause a lot of trouble such as attacking pets or robbing tourists' food.