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By late March, Klepetan was back in the tiny village of Brodski Varos in eastern Croatia for the 16th year in a row, after leaving his winter home in southern Africa.In spring Vokic makes a gigantic nest for Malena on the building's roof.Klepetan, the father stork, teaches his baby storks to fly before migrating with them in early August to southern Africa.Croatia is home to some 1,500 pairs of white storks.Cigoc, in central Croatia, was proclaimed the first European stork village in 1994 .
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