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A staircase looking like a snail is pictured in a Munich building 'Haus der Bayrischen Wirtschaft' on February 14, 2012.      REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY  - Tags: SOCIETY) - RTR2XTZ0

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A highly endangered shoebill (Balaeniceps Rex) is seen at the Uganda's Wildlife Education Centre in Enteebe, 42 km (26 miles) south of capital Kampala January 26, 2005. [The prehistoric looking bird, which stands 1.5 meters tall is grey in colour and  has a large beak of about 8 centimetres, and can be found only on marshy warm papyrus swamp areas in Uganda along Lake Victoria and the plains of Rwanda, faces extinction from its natural habitat due to human encroachment on wetland areas. Picture taken on January 26, 2005.] - PBEAHUODDGF
Named for its destinctive beak, the shoebill can grow up to 1.5 metres tall. Image: REUTERS

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