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The stork is a large, long legged, long necked wading bird with long, thick bills. They belong to a family called ciconiidae. They are the only family in the Ciconiiformes family, which used to be larger and had many families.

Storks live in many areas and live in drier habitats than closely related herons, spoonbills and Ibis. They also lack the powder that those groups use to clean up the mud. Disharmony of bills is an important way of communication in the nest. Many species are migrating. Most storks eat frogs, fish, insects, earth, birds and small mammals. There are 19 species of Stork in six genera.

Various terms are used to refer to a group of storks, two of which are often used as a set of storks and a square of storks.

Storks tend to use high flying taxis to save energy. A surge requires hot air. Ottomar Ansch? TZ's famous 1884 stork photo album inspired the design of Otto Lilienthal's experimental glider in the late 19th century. The stork is heavy and has a wide wingspan: the stork has a wingspan of 3.2 m (10 ft) and a weight of 8 kg (18 lb), and ranks with the Andean Condor as the largest wingspan for all living birds.

Their nests are usually large and can be used for many years. It is known that the diameter of some nests will increase to more than two meters (six feet), and the depth will increase to about three meters (ten feet). Storks were once thought to be monogamous, but this is only part of the truth. They may change their partner after the move and may move without a partner.

The size of storks, continuous monogamy, and loyalty to established nesting sites contribute to their prominence in mythology and culture.

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