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The stork: at home on roofs and trees


"Hello, I'm a stork and I'm going to tell you a little bit about my species!" - Image: Shutterstock / Lisi4ka

Storks can be found on many parts of the world and stand out due to their long legs and pointed beak. In our picture gallery you can learn more about the beautiful passerines. "Hello, I'm a stork and I'm going to tell you a little bit about my species!" - Image: Shutterstock / Lisi4ka "Well then the independent life as a stork can begin! Let's go!" - Image: Shutterstock / TCreativeMedia "You can find us almost everywhere in the world!" - Image: Shutterstock / TSpider "The black and white plumage, the reddish beak and the thin legs are characteristic of us." - Image: Shutterstock / MyImages - Micha "We mainly stay in swamps and on rivers and lakes." - Image: Shutterstock / The Len "We will then look for food there, for example frogs or fish!" - Image: Shutterstock / Andrius Milinis "We not only build our nests on trees, but sometimes on the ground too!" - Image: Shutterstock / acceptphoto "And we feel very comfortable on roofs too!" - Image: Shutterstock / Alexander Erdbeer "We then breed with our partners so that our young can hatch." - Image: Shutterstock / Marisa Estivill "We take care of our children for about 50 to 100 days, then they will be fledged." - Image: Shutterstock / Vitaly Ilyasov

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