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This first-basic Great Black-backed Gull Larus marinus was found dead on the road and photographed on the 17th of April, 2000 by Norman Van Swelm, near his home in the Netherlands:

note the typical bill shape, that is very thick at the base and does not show much gonydal angle, despite being massive-looking:

note the pattern of the inner primaries: P1-P4/P5 have the typical marbling on the distal half, especially on the outer webs: