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The Yellow-billed stork (Mycteria ibis) has a deep yellow bill with red skin at its base that extends on to its face. Sometimes also called the wood stork or wood ibis, it occurs primarily in Eastern Africa. It has a fishing technique of using one foot to stir up the water to flush out prey – frogs, fish, worms and aquatic insects. A quick muscular reflex in the neck enables it to catch almost all of its food in the water.
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