Beaks

Beaks

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How can a toucan fly with such a large, cumbersome beak? A toucan's beak is actually light as a feather due to its honeycomb construction. And not only is it beautiful, but it's an extremely useful tool in foraging for food. Find out more fascinating facts in this remarkably illustrated study of bird beaks. Learn about several different birds, their habitats, and how their beaks are uniquely styled to help them survive. Outstanding 3-D cut-paper illustrations by Robin Brickman create amazingly realistic tableaus of birds in their natural environments with their beaks in action. Back matter includes a comprehensive quiz, a bibliography, and a list of related Web sites.
ISBN: 9781570913884
1570913889
Branch Call Number: J 598.15 COLL
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill
Additional Contributors: Brickman, Robin

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Farhaan_21
Jul 08, 2015

I got to learn a lot about beaks of different birds. Nice book.

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