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Top Prize: Jersey Shore visitors try to win coveted boardwalk seagull plushie

News 12's Brian Donohue hit the boardwalk to explore how plush toy versions of french fry-eating gulls have become the new must-have souvenir of a Jersey Shore vacation.

Aug 12, 2023, 2:56 AM

Updated 315 days ago

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French fry-eating gulls have long been considered a nuisance on the boardwalks of New Jersey where business owners have used wires, fake owls and even trained falcons to keep them from dive-bombing tourists in their attempt to snatch their food.
But this year, french fry-eating gulls have become the lovable, huggable heroes of the midway.
News 12's Brian Donohue hit the boardwalk to explore how plush toy versions of french fry-eating gulls have become the new must-have souvenir of a Jersey Shore vacation.


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