Shoebill (20/30)

It is an incredibly large bird, half-stork, half-pelican, with wings that may span up to 2.5 meters. Shoebills often live close to hippos and when those massive mammals bulldoze water and force fish to the surface the shoebills are able to catch them easier. In fact, they were named after their beak which is very effective for catching fish.


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