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Yellow-billed storks (Mycteria ibis) foraging in shallow water. This bird mainly eats fish and frogs. In groups they often wade with their bills half open and immersed in the water, while stirring up mud with their feet, catching any flushed prey by snapping their bill shut. Photographed in Mana Pools, Zimbabwe.
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