Learn a Lot About What a Bird Eats From The Shape of Its Beak

Learn a Lot About What a Bird Eats From The Shape of Its Beak Chiseling beak Woodpeckers use their beaks to bore into tree bark to obtain sap and insects. Their beaks have a springy structure that absorbs the impact of hitting a tree trunk 100 times a minute Scavenging Scavengers such as vultures have powerful, hooked beaks. Like built-in knives, these allow birds to tear through the flesh of carcasses with ease Raptorial Hawks, eagles and other carnivorous birds use their sharp, hooked beaks to catch and kill their prey, ripping into the skull or neck and tearing the

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