"The sight of the food maddened him." What does this suggest? What compelled
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"The sight of the food maddened him." What does this suggest? What compelled

the young seagull to finally fly?

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The young seagull was very hungry. It was this hunger that ultimately compelled it to fly.

Its hunger only intensified when it saw its mother tearing at a piece of fish that lay at her

feet. It cried to her, begging her to get some food. When its mother came towards it with

food in her beak, it screamed with joy and anticipation. However, she stopped midway.

It wondered why she did not come nearer. Not being able to resist or control its hunger

any longer, it dived at the food in its mother's beak. At that moment, his hunger

overpowered his fear of the great expanse of sea beneath the cliff. Finally, this plunge

was followed by the natural reaction of its body, i.e., to fly.

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