Birds' bills come in varied styles
The bills of birds come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Primarily used to find and gather food, bills are used to probe mud, to peck wood, to tear flesh, to sift water, to pry seeds, and much more. Bills are used as weapons, to produce special sounds, to carry nest material, and even to pollinate plants.
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