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Until the 19th century, Europeans did not fully understand where birds went during the winter months. The mystery was somewhat solved in 1822, when a hunter in Germany shot down a stork, which had an 80-cm long Central African spear impaled in its neck. That offered the first concrete evidence of long-distance migration.
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