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Not to be confused with the Seagulls.
Character
Seagull
Cool seagull
Colors: White
Classification
Kingdom: Animalia (WP)
Phylum: Chordata (WP)
Class: Aves(WP)
Order: Charadriiformes(WP)
Suborder: Lari(WP)
Family: Laridae(WP)
Series Information
First appearance: "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost"
Latest appearance: The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
List of species

Seagulls are species that made appearances in two episodes and both movies.

Description

Seagulls have many white feathers, white heads, and necks. Their eyes are completely black. They have orange legs and orange beaks.

History

Seagulls first appear at the end of "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost." When Squidward is trapped in a bubble and floats to the surface, a flock of seagulls are seen flying in the background, supposedly wanting to eat him.

In the episode "Pressure," two seagulls are antagonists since they attempt to eat SpongeBob, Squidward, Patrick, and Mr. Krabs. However, Sandy defeats the seagulls and actually rips their feathers off. In this episode, SpongeBob calls the two seagulls a "local."

In The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, they appear in the opening credits. They also appear during the pirates' scene, including the theme song.

They have a major appearance in The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water as "The Seagull Crew."

Trivia

  • Seagulls who had word speaking dialogue all have male voices in the American version of the movie, however in the United Kingdom version there is a female portrayer that can be heard.
  • Seagulls slightly resemble bald eagles without their feathers.
  • Seagulls can be heard during Painty the Pirate's speaking parts during the "SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song."

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