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Virus Detected!!!

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Sean Dela Cruz

on 2 May 2014

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Shoebill was also known as whalehead or shoebilled stork. It has a very large stork like bird. It derives its name from its massive shoe-shaped bill. It has a typical height 110 to 140 cm.
Shoebill
Sean Dela Cruz
Shoebill belongs to the group of bird
The shoebill usually feeds at night. Hunting chiefly by ambush
Shoebill has been Detected!!!
They are declining in number because people are converting their swamp habitats into farmland or other forms, and because people have introduced fish that eat their food
Shoebill eats lungfish
The shoebill is distributed in fresh water swamps of central tropical Africa
Shoebill storks form monogamous pair of breeding. Breeding time varies depending on the location. The reproductive cycle from nest building to fledging spans a period of 6 to 7 months.
Shoebill's enemy were people, adult shoebill, and other animals
Shoebill use their stork to protect themselves
It was my first time to heard and see shoebill animal.
I found interesting in this animal were- where they live and how they look like
I will remember in this animal was its large and beautiful stork.. and people too :)
Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoebill
http://voices.yahoo.com/shoebill-stork-african-storks-754675.htmlhttp://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/accounts/Balaeniceps_rex/
http://ibc.lynxeds.com/files/pictures/2192_Shoebill_in_flight.jpg
Female Shoebill is smaller than male shoebill. Shoebill adults has more beatiful feather than kids and as kids grew up their stork will be larger too.. :)
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