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Extremely Lucky Bald Eagle Receives A 3D Printed Beak

Beauty is one of the luckiest bald eagles alive today, because not only has she survived being shot in the face by poachers, she now sports a very chic, very modern 3d printed beak for her chewing pleasure. The good folks at the Birds Of Prey Northwest sanctuary never gave up on Beauty, determined to do [...]

Penguin Insulated Lunch Bag

Penguin Insulated Lunch Bag – $11.95 Are you still on the hunt for the perfect Back to School lunch bag? Procrastination is not always a bad thing. Behold the very adorable Penguin Insulated Lunch Bag from the NeatoShop. This super cute bag features a 3-D beak.   Make it a set. Matching Penguin Pull Along Bag also [...]

It Just Won’t Fit In My Mouth

(Video Link) Everyone loves apples, but when your little beak just can’t get a hold of them, you’re gonna have a little bit of trouble -as this fellow will gladly attest to. Via I Can Has Cheezburger

Penguin Gets Prosthetic Beak

Tungo the penguin was found on a beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil unable to eat because his beak had been shattered, probably by a boat propeller. Veterinarians at the local zoo made him a new acrylic beak, fashioned in the shape of the broken pieces of his old beak. Tungo is recovering nicely and [...]

Found Snapshots: Hide This Please

I started collecting found snapshots a few years ago — at swap meets, antique shops and the like — but the thing that got me started wasn’t the photos themselves so much as the writing I’d sometimes find on the backs. When you’re looking through bins of unsorted photos, every thirtieth one or so will [...]

Fascinating Stories of Animal Prosthetics

Neatorama has featured a number of stories about animals who have received prosthetics before, including Beauty the Bald Eagle, who lost her beak when it was shot by a hunter. WebEcoist has a great collection of these stories including many you probably haven’t seen yet. Link

Wearable Hummingbird Feeder

If you’d like to see a hummingbird’s beak just millimeters from your face, this wearable hummingbird feeder is for you: Hit play or go to Link