Sunday, 15 May 2016
Giant pelican spotted in the UK for the first time in centuries: Red-billed Dalmatian
A huge pelican - the largest of its kind and one of the biggest birds in the world - has been spotted in the UK for the first time in centuries.
The giant Dalmatian Pelican, whose wingspans measure up to 11 and a half feet, is thought to have been carried here on last weekend's humid weather from Europe.
The red-billed bird, native to Eastern Europe, Russia and Asia, was first seen on Saturday at Gwithian in Cornwall.
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