Amsterdam's Herons Find Surprising Ways to Live in the City
The herons of Amsterdam have survived in its waterways for centuries, adapting to the modern city in surprising ways. Some have learnt to live by the clock and wait for closing time at the fish market, but others have struck up warm and long lived relationships with local residents.
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