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WHAT IS THE STORK?


Storks are very strong fliers. Just like flamingos they fly with their neck out and their feet behind their tail. They also fly in wedge-shaped formations. Contrary to popular belief, they only carry babies with one diaper and basket when they deliver them. There have been some recent television commmercials that show them carrying everything including cribs clothes and strollers.



This simply isn't true. Most storks can grow to about 3 feet high and have a wingspan of about 4 feet. The stork has long broad wings and it's long beak turns grey as the animal reaches full size. Their beak is long so the stork can grab its prey in the water while still keeping its head above water. They also have long legs for wading through shallow waters. The lifespan for the stork is about 20 years in captivity. Most storks eat, frogs, tadpoles, fish, crabs and aquatic insects. They feed in small groups in shallow ponds or marshes.














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They often nest high in trees at least 10 feet off the ground to protect their nest from predators. Their nests are almost always surrounded by water to protect them from predators and their nests are made of sticks and are 6 feet wide and lined with grass. They usually have 2-4 eggs and incubate for about 30 days.

 

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