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Dozens of baby gulls pushed to their deaths in Chicago were attacked by other gulls, not humans, wildlife official says

CHICAGO - Wildlife officials say some 70 baby seagulls found on a Chicago sidewalk were attacked and, in most cases, dropped to their death by older birds in their colony.

Annette Prince, director of the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors, said her organization first

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