Sabine's gull(redirected from Larus sabini)
Related to Larus sabini: Xema sabini
Sab·ine's gull(săb′īnz, -ĭnz, sā′bīnz)
A migratory gull (Xema sabini) that breeds in Arctic regions, having a forked tail with feathers rounded at the ends.
[After Sir Edward Sabine (1788-1883), British astronomer and explorer.]
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