Common name: Painted Stork
Binomial name: Mycteria leucocephala
Description: A large sized 95cm tall stork that has a bare reddish head and a heavy yellow down- curved beak. It has a distinctive black breast band with white scaly markings, which continues along the underwing, resulting in white stripes running across the underwing.
Call: Weak moans, bill clattering
Diet: Small fish
Habitat: Freshwater wetlands
Native countries: Widely distributed across Asia
IUCN Conservation Red List: Near Threatened
Fun facts: Especially in captivity in National Zoo of Malaysia and Singapore Zoo, milky storks and painted interbred to produce hybrid offspring.
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