marabou stork


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large African black-and-white carrion-eating stork

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ALL STORK: The Marabou Stork, aka the 'undertaker bird', now living at Birdland, Gloucestershire.
Paignton Zoo's Marabou stork chick It is the first time a marabou stork has been hatched at Paignton Zoo, Devon, and only the second time the species has so far bred in the UK.
At Sweetwaters, we watched stately marabou storks drop in.
In his novel The Marabou Stork Nightmares, Irvine Welsh revisits the life of raging Scottish youth with the same fury and honesty as Trainspotting and Acid House.
The Acid House, Marabou Stork Nightmares, published in England in 1995, and the forthcoming Ecstasy: Three Chemical Romances largely concern the rave scene's drugs of choice: MDMA, LSD, and "jellies" (slang for the downer Temazepam).
Sheer lace with boatneck and low back complemented by a Marabou stork stoal and plain veil.
Tony, who was studying English literature at Bath University at the time, read Marabou Stork Nightmares, which played a part in making him give up his studies to become a full-time writer.
Abstract: A captive-born marabou stork (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) was presented for swelling of the ventral air pouch of 1 month's duration.
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8-meter-tall marabou stork on an Indonesian island once home to human-like 'hobbits'.
And, when the marabou stork arrives ready to feed, there's a sense that this is one of the great cartoon villains playing up for the cameras.
The marabou stork is the most evil-looking "witch" in memory.
And boy, is the marabou stork the personification of evil.
The deaths documented in birds receiving carprofen and flunixin included three black vultures and a spoonbill from Eurasia, a Marabou stork from Africa, and, from the Americas, two Harris's hawks, a red-legged seriema, and two northern saw-whet owls.