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Two pairs of crested ibises released into the wild last year on Sado Island in Niigata have been spotted guarding eggs, the Environment Ministry said Sunday.

The eggs could hatch in mid-April, which would result in the birth of the nation’s first wild ibis chicks in 36 years, the ministry said.

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