Japan's once extinct stork population reaches 100


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If they were actually extinct by the definition of the word, they wouldn't be back for round 2.

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They were extinct from Japan. The birds they have now were imported from China. And, there would have been 101 of them if that old fella didn't shoot one last month.

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Yes, let's see if we can keep from killing them off this time.

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Thank you to all who have helped increase and protect these magnificent birds!

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After breeding, the storks migrate to eastern China in September and return in March.

Great how they can keep track of them.

What a great article!

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