|Observation data: epoch|
|Right ascension||05h 35m 20.0s|
|Declination||−67° 34′ 36″|
|Designations||ESO 56-EN160, Seagull Nebula|
NGC 2032 (also known as ESO 56-EN160 and the Seagull Nebula) is an emission nebula in the Dorado constellation and near the supershell LMC-4  and it consists of NGC 2029, NGC 2035 and NGC 2040. It was first discovered by James Dunlop on 27 September 1826, and John Herschel rerecorded it on 2 November 1834. NGC 2032 is located in the Large Magellanic Cloud.