Larus Gulls (Choose your gull)

Larus Gulls (Choose your gull)


These plushies are made of custom printed minky fabric to my own design, sewn and stuffed, with plastic safety eyes and 3D printed eyelids.

They will come with a certificate of authenticity, detailling their species, the date they were made and proving that they are an original Palaeoplushie handmade in Scotland by Rebecca Groom.

As this is a hand made item, it is not intended for children and is designed to be an art piece for adults. As they are stitched by machine, they won't fall apart if handled roughly but have not passed the relevant safety standards to be sold as a child's toy.

Plushie Dimensions: 25cm long

The Armenian Gull ( Larus armenicus ) breeds in the Caucasus and Middle East, nesting beside mountain lakes. They can weigh up to 960g

The Common Gull (Larus canus) breeds in northern Asia, northern Europe, and northwestern North America. They are smaller than the Herring Gull and have a daintier bill.

The Lesser Black Backed Gull (Larus fuscus) breeds on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and migrates south in the winter. They can weigh up to 1.1kg.

The Great Black Backed Gull (Larus marinus) is the largest member of the gull family, weighing up to 2.5kg. They breed on the North Atlantic islands and coastlines of Europe and North America.

Pacific Gull ( Larus pacificus) is native to the coasts of Australia. They are large, weighing up to 1180g. They have a very thick bill.

The Ring-Billed Gull (Larus delawarensis) is native to Canada and the northern United States, wintering further south in Mexico and the southern coasts of the US.

The Yellow-Legged Gull (Larus michahellis) is a large gull which breeds around the Mediterranean Sea. It has only recently achieved wide recognition as a distinct species, formerly being considered a subspecies of the Caspian gull (L. cachinnans) or part of the Herring Gull complex.

Juvenile - The juveniles of Larus gulls all have a similar appearence and can be hard to tell apart. Their speckled brown appearence helps camouflage them and they lighten as they age. What species do you think this is?

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