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Bird Beaks By Jeff Berti

Sifting, sucking, cracking, crushing, spearing, tearing, picking, probing. These are just a few of the things birds can do with their beaks.
A bird’s beak or bill is actually a part of its skull that is covered with a tough layer of skin. Although some birds use their beaks to defend their territories, gather nesting materials or to weave a nest, the main purpose of the beak is to obtain

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