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The Tokushima Prefectural Government said Wednesday that a recent attempt to breed storks in the wild had failed after a crow snatched an egg laid in March and any others in the nest were deemed unlikely to hatch.

“There is a possibility that the stork will lay eggs again by May. We ask the public to wait calmly,” an official said.

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