Common Gull

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Common Gull

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Character Data
Also known as: Mew Gull
Japanese Name: カモメ
Romanised Name: Kamome
First Featured in: Kemono Friends Pavilion
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Larus canus
Distribution: Europe, Asia, North America, North Africa
Diet: Omnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 24 years
Read More: Common gull
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Common Gull Pavilion Gallery

Common Gull is a type of avian Friend that was first revealed on Twitter. She has since been featured in Kemono Friends Pavilion.


She has mid- height white hair with the middle part of her front hair being light orange, representing the creature's beak. Her back hair fades to grey towards the end. She has light yellow eyes and a white shirt with the collar having a blue stripe and a blue tie attached to her shirt. Her outfit has light grey sleeves with white frilled hand holes. She wears a short skirt that's the same grey color as her sleeves. She has long yellow socks and orange shoes.

In Real Life

A common gull in Norway. Photo by Andreas Trepte, 2010.

The common gull, also known as the sea mew or mew gull, is a medium-sized gull found in the Palearctic (the geographical region encompassing the area between north Africa and north Russia, minus the Americas) and northwestern North America. Adults typically measure from 16 to 18 inches in length, with grey plumage on top and white below, with greenish-yellow beaks and legs.

Despite its name, the common gull is less widespread than some of its similar-looking cousins, such as the black-headed gull or the herring gull. They are easiest to find in the northern British Isles where they typically nest, as well as the coastal areas where they breed. Inland sightings of the common gull are comparatively uncommon, although one can spot them foraging in landfills, sporting fields or housing estates. That being said, they can be seen all year round, and are more likely to appear in populated areas in the winter months where they flock further to the south of Britain.


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