I released a pair of storks that were artificially propagated in nature, and I told them about a month ago that they nested on a transmission tower and laid eggs.

This is Lee Yong-sik.

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is a stork nest on the top of a 50m high transmission tower.

Four white fluffy pups are cared for by their mother stork.

From the 3rd of last month, one month after the stork couple spawning, four young chicks broke their eggs one by one.

It was the first breeding in a wild nest, not an artificial nest tower.

Suddenly, the storks were raised enough to be seen on the ground.

When the mother stork comes back, she raises her head and asks her to feed each other.

[Kim Soo-kyung / Budget Stork 0 won senior researcher: If the towers are the most highly robust around since and is very good because the top is flat for use as a stork's nest -

the team soon go up towers nest recognize the number on the chicks Stork ankle I decided to fill in the trash and attach an electric shock prevention device to the transmission tower.

When the storks grow up to fly, they follow their mother, learn a single, and leave the nest in early August.

The pylon nest for power transmission is subject to blackouts due to the risk of electric shock and feces, and will be removed when the stork family leaves.

The Cultural Heritage Administration plans to build an artificial nest tower around it instead to help safe breeding of storks next year.