Marabou Storks (Leptoptilos crumeniferus) are huge, bare-headed, bare-necked birds, with a wingspan of approximately 3.5 m (10.5 ft). They are largely scavengers and build a tree nest in which two or three eggs are laid. The legs are black, but are usually covered in faeces, which make them white.
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Kruger National Park, South Africa
Joan Ryder Rathband FRPS FPSSA