Zoo Zone

March 28, 2001

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Storks eat insects, earthworms, plants and fish.

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The stork is a very large bird with long legs, a large straight bill, and broad wings. Storks prefer warm climates and live in savannahs fields and wetlands. They fly with their neck outstretched and rely on wind currents. The stork feeds by sight and touch.

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