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In Greek mythology, the Stymphalian birds (Greek: Î£Ï„Ï…Î¼Ï†Î±Î»Î¯Î´ÎµÏ‚ á½„ÏÎ½Î¹Î¸ÎµÏ‚, StymphalÃdes Ã³rnithes) were man-eating birds with beaks of bronze and sharp metallic feathers they could launch at their victims, and were sacred to Ares, the god of war. Furthermore, their dung was highly toxic. They had migrated to Lake Stymphalia in Arcadia to escape a pack of wolves the Arabs set loose to kill them, and bred quickly and took over the countryside, destroying local crops, fruit trees and townspeople.
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