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AN OLD POLISH FARMER'S BELIEF IS THAT WHEN A STORK
THROWS AWAY ONE OF THE TWO EGGS IT LAYS, THE YEAR
WILL BE DRY (BECAUSE A STORK'S MAIN FOOD IS FROGS
AND FROGS THRIVE IN WET WEATHER).

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; ALLEN PARK

Subject headings: Observation
891 Animals, (vertebrate and invertebrate)
891 Animals, (vertebrate and invertebrate)
891 Animals, (vertebrate and invertebrate)
891 Animals, (vertebrate and invertebrate)
891 Animals, vertebrate and invertebrate)
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BELIEF -- Sign or prediction through P891.3
BELIEF -- Sign or prediction through Animals (vertebrate and invertebrate)

Date learned: 07-00-1964

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