I love seagulls and see them as a symbol of freedom. From an early age, I used to watch them for hours when my family went on vacation. As a rule, seagulls fly near beaches and ports, which allows them to observe humans and their hectic activity from above. They are hunted neither by people nor by predators. When sailors spot a seagull, this indicates the proximity of land and home after a long voyage. According to the Australian Aboriginal mythology, the seagull Sivri taught the first humans dancing, percussion, and music.