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The white stork is well known for its habit of nesting on rooftops, often returning to the same nesting site year after year. It is white with black wing feathers and a red bill. It is mentioned in folklore as a symbol of good luck and depicted as carrying babies from its bill in a sack. The white stork was formerly common throughout Europe, but its numbers have declined due to hunting, habitat destruction, and pollution.

The white stork is well known for its habit of nesting on rooftops, often returning to the same nesting site year after year. It is white with black wing feathers and a red bill. It is mentioned in folklore as a symbol of good luck and depicted as carrying babies from its bill in a sack. The white stork was formerly common throughout Europe, but its numbers have declined due to hunting, habitat destruction, and pollution.

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