What bird is that?

openbill
yellow-billed stork
hamerkop
black-billed hornbill
The hamerkop is a medi­um-­sized wading bird. It is the only living species in the genus Scopus and the family Scop­i­dae. The shape of its head with a long bill and crest at the back is rem­i­nis­cent of a hammer, which has given this species its name.

Answers distribution

openbill
yellow-billed stork
hamerkop
black-billed hornbill
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Gender

men51%
women58%
openbill
2%
6%
yellow-billed stork
19%
27%
hamerkop
51%
58%
black-billed hornbill
27%
6%

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Author: Ninjai
Illustration: Lip Kee
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