Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex)

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The Shoebill, alternatively referred to as the whalebill, whale-headed stork, and shoe-billed stork, is a sizable wading bird with long legs. Its notable feature is its large bill, resembling a shoe in shape, from which it gets its name. Initially categorized within the storks due to its stork-like appearance, recent genetic studies have reclassified it within the Pelecaniformes group, alongside pelicans and herons.