All are very good eating," said the Adjutant, clattering his beak.
I was young then," said the Adjutant, clattering his beak significantly.
No one is all happy from his beak to his tail," said the Adjutant sympathetically.
And though the robin did not answer, because his beak
was occupied, Mary knew that when he flew away with his twig to his own corner of the garden the darkness of his dew-bright eye meant that he would not tell their secret for the world.
They have a habit of pursuing their fish-fry prey through the water at high speed while trying to catch them in their beaks
All the while looking closely at them to make sure they're all right - that pieces of fishing line from people fishing in the pond haven't wrapped around any of their beaks
, or that the dogs that often run unleashed in the park haven't taken a nip out of any of her flock.
You know it's mealtime for certain bottlenose dolphins off Australia's coast when they sport cone-shaped sea sponges on their beaks
So why would researchers at the University of California at San Francisco swap the beaks
of embryonic (unhatched) ducks and quails?
Specifically, use of these convenient seed dispensers may be leading to lengthier beaks
in great tits.
One of our favorite activities was "Bird Beak
Buffet," where we discovered why different birds have different shaped beaks
Using fossils and a large comparative analysis of modern animals, Balanoff and a team of evolutionary biologists, led by Shuo Wang from the Capital Normal University in Beijing, found that the loss of teeth and the emergence of beaks
are connected processes in theropods.
The use of a flexible cystoscope is a less invasive and more efficient method of retrieving detached resectoscope beaks