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(E) The wooden houses in Croatia's European stork village
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  11/18/2004 | Environment | Unrated
(E) The wooden houses in Croatia's European stork village

 

Croatia's European stork village, have fallen silent

since their feathered inhabitants flew south

 

 

A stork flies above Cigoc near Zagreb. The wooden houses in Croatia's European stork village, have fallen silent since their feathered inhabitants flew south before the autumn rains turn the area into a vast marsh(AFP/File) AFP/File - Nov 09 8:28 AM

 



A stork stands on top of a roof in the village of Cigoc in July 2004. The wooden houses in Croatia's European stork village, have fallen silent since their feathered inhabitants flew south before the autumn rains turn the area into a vast marsh(AFP/File) AFP/File - Nov 09 8:28 AM

 

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