Is the Shoebill Stork a Dinosaur?

No, the shoebill stork is not a dinosaur. While it may look prehistoric with its large size and sharp beak, it is a modern-day bird species found in East Africa. It belongs to the family of storks, which are known for their distinctive long legs and bills used for catching prey such as fish and frogs. Unlike dinosaurs, which went extinct millions of years ago, shoebill storks are still alive today and can be observed in parts of Uganda, South Sudan, and Tanzania.

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