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Curious seagulls become stars of London traffic camera


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(UPI) Due to popular demand, a quick update from our reporter just north of the Blackwall Tunnel.....— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) April 30, 2019

Transportation officials in London shared unusual traffic camera footage of a pair of seagulls that have become fascinated with the camera.

Transport for London shared photos and video showing the two seagulls blocking most of the camera's view as they stare directly into it.

Officials said the gulls first encountered the camera, located near the Blackwall Tunnel in Poplar, on Monday and have been making frequent visits since.

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The seagulls have been nicknamed "Graeme" and Steve and officials joked that have been helping out at beak times.

Our cameras usually give us a bird's eye view of traffic across London, but we'd like to thank our new colleagues Graeme and Steve for helping out at beak times.— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) May 1, 2019

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