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| rowspan=7 | The White Stork is a large bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. Its plumage is mainly white, with black on its wings. Adults have long red legs and long pointed red beaks, and measure on average 100–115 cm (39–45 in) from beak tip to end of tail, with a 155–215 cm (61–85 in) wingspan. The two subspecies, which differ slightly in size, breed in Europe (north to Finland), northwestern Africa, southwestern Asia (east to southern Kazakhstan) and southern Africa. The White Stork is a long-distance migrant, wintering in Africa from tropical Sub-Saharan Africa to as far south as South Africa, or on the Indian subcontinent. When migrating between Europe and Africa, it avoids crossing the Mediterranean Sea and detours via the Levant in the east or the Strait of Gibraltar in the west, because the air thermals on which it depends do not form over water.
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| rowspan=7 | The White Stork's plumage is mainly white, with black on its wings. Adults have long red legs and long pointed red beaks, and measure on average 100–115 cm (39–45 in) from beak tip to end of tail, with a 155–215 cm (61–85 in) wingspan. The two subspecies, which differ slightly in size, breed in Europe (north to Finland), northwestern Africa, southwestern Asia (east to southern Kazakhstan) and southern Africa.
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For more information, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Stork Wikipedia entry].
  
A carnivore, the White Stork eats a wide range of animal prey, including insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, small mammals and small birds. It takes most of its food from the ground, among low vegetation, and from shallow water.
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<br />For more information, visit the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Stork Wikipedia entry].
 
 
 
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File:Acedo storks on nest 2.jpg |[[Acedo storks]]
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File:AlbertḤ-HollandStork.JPG|[[Albert Heijn Stork]]
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File:Blancherie Frères White stork 1.jpg|[[Blancherie Frères White stork]]
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File:Britains lead Stork.jpg|[[Britains Lead Stork]]
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File:Britains Plastic Stork.jpg | [[Britains Plastic Stork]]
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File:Bully62309.JPG |[[Bullyland 62309 Stork ]]
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File:Bully62401.JPG |[[Bullyland 62401 Stork in Nest ]]
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File:Bully62402.JPG |[[Bullyland 62403 Stork ]]
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File:Bullyland 62598 Stork 1.jpg | [[Bullyland 62598 Stork]]
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File:PPIStork.JPG |[[FARMMANIA Stork ]]
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File:LineolStorkIII.JPG |[[Lineol 417 Stork ]]
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File:NayabOA033.JPG|[[Nayab OA033 Stork]]
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File:Papo50159.JPG |[[Papo 50159 Stork with Chick ]]
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File:Playmobil Stork Lying.jpg|[[Playmobil Stork Lying]]
 
File:Playmobil Stork Lying.jpg|[[Playmobil Stork Lying]]
 
File:Playmobil Stork Standing.jpg|[[Playmobil Stork Standing]]
 
File:Playmobil Stork Standing.jpg|[[Playmobil Stork Standing]]
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File:Reisler223.jpg|[[Reisler 223 Stork]]
 
File:Reisler223.jpg|[[Reisler 223 Stork]]
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File:Schleich 13119 Stork.jpg|[[Schleich 13119 Stork]]
 
File:Schleich 13119 Stork.jpg|[[Schleich 13119 Stork]]
 
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File:Schleich 14674 Stork.jpg|[[Schleich 14674 Stork]]
 
File:Schleich 14674 Stork.jpg|[[Schleich 14674 Stork]]
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File:Starlux Stork head down 2.JPG|[[Starlux Stork head down]]
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File:StarStorkWings.JPG |[[Starlux Stork head up ]]
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File:Timpo Stork.jpg|[[Timpo Lead Stork]]
 
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Latest revision as of 20:04, 5 May 2022

phylum Chordata The White Stork's plumage is mainly white, with black on its wings. Adults have long red legs and long pointed red beaks, and measure on average 100–115 cm (39–45 in) from beak tip to end of tail, with a 155–215 cm (61–85 in) wingspan. The two subspecies, which differ slightly in size, breed in Europe (north to Finland), northwestern Africa, southwestern Asia (east to southern Kazakhstan) and southern Africa.

For more information, visit the Wikipedia entry.

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clade Diapsida
Class Aves
order Ciconiiformes
family Ciconiidae
genus Ciconia
species C. ciconia