What Does a Bird Use Its Beak for?


A bird's beak is used for various purposes including: sifting, sucking, cracking, crashing and prying. It is also used to mark and defend its territory. Different kinds of birds have different kinds of beaks for example insect eaters have thin, slender and pointed beaks that they use to pick insects from leaves, humming birds have long straw like beaks that are used to sip nectar from flowers while wood peckers have strong chisel shaped beaks mostly used in pecking of holes in trees.
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