The Shoebill is a large stork that resides in central tropical Africa. Shoebills inhabit freshwater swamps and wetlands. These storks have a height of around 110-140 cm. They are very instinctive animals and remain motionless before hunting their prey. They communicate by clattering their bill (beak). Shoebills are carnivores and their diet mainly consists of a variety of fish but can also hunt for other animals such as lizards, turtles, frogs, and even baby crocodiles. East Africa is being affected by climate change with drastic increases in temperature that are impacting the ecosystem. The increase in temperature will cause fluctuations in rainfall. Shoebills normally remain in their natural habitat, but due to environmental changes and lack of food will cause them to migrate. What may happen due to rising climate change, will force Shoebills out of their natural habitat
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