Oh noes! This sad eagle named Beauty had her beak shot off a few years ago which left it almost impossible for her to eat in the wild. Volunteers fed and took care of her but now she’s getting a robo-beak courtesty of a raptor recovery center in St. Maries, Idaho. The eagle seems to understand that it is being helped because it stayed, unrestrained, on a table for two hours while doctors worked on the beak. It will be strong enough for her to eat normally but she might not be able to tear flesh like she used to.
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