Black Stork

Scientific name : Ciconia nigra
Other names: Български: Черен щъркел , Brezhoneg: C'hwibon zu , Català: Cigonya negra , Česky: Čáp černý , Dansk: Sort Stork , Deutsch: Schwarzstorch , Esperanto: Nigra cikonio , Español: Cigüeña negra , Eesti: Must-toonekurg , Basque: Amiamoko beltz , Suomi: Mustahaikara , Français: Cigogne noire , Magyar: Fekete gólya , Italiano: Cicogna nera , 日本語: ナベコウ , Lietuviškai: Juodasis gandras , Latviešu: Melnais stārķis , Nederlands: Zwarte ooievaar , Norsk: Svartstork , Polski: Bocian czarny , Português: Cegonha-preta , Русский: Чёрный аист , Svenska: Svart stork , Türkçe: Kara leylek , Українська: Лелека чорний

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Short Description

Smaller than the White Stork. The upper side, head, neck and breast are a brilliant metallic-black color. The belly, the part of the undertail near to the rump as well as the undertail coverts are white.

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