<noembed><nolayer><div style="position:absolute; left:0; top:-100; display:none;"> The Marabou Stork is a frequent<br> Kenya picture - scavenger, and the naked head and neck are adaptations to this, as it is with the vultures with which the stork often feeds. In both cases, a feathered head would become rapidly clotted with blood and other substances when the bird&#39;s head was inside a large corpse, and the bare head is easier to keep clean. </div></nolayer></noembed>
 
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