Asian openbill storks in a bamboo tree

Asian openbill storks in a bamboo tree

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Credit: CHRIS HELLIER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Asian openbill storks (Anastomus oscitans) perching in a bamboo tree. This is a relatively small stork, with a body length of 68 centimetres. It breeds in tropical areas of southern Asia, building nests in trees. It is a wading bird, using its long beak and neck to feed on molluscs, fish and other small animals in wetland areas. Photographed in Thailand.

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