Make beaks of different birds & experiment | School Science Projects

Make beaks of eagle, woodpecker and pelican and learn how they catch their preys.
Understand how beaks of birds have adapted to the eating habits.

Make an Eagle beak and see how the shape of the beak helps eagle in tearing the flesh

Make woodpecker beak and experiment. The woodpecker’s beak is strong and sturdy, with a chisel-like tip for drilling holes in wood. They are known for tapping on tree trunks in order to find insects living in crevices in the bark and to excavate nest cavities.

Build pigeon using simple materials and experiment how its gathers insects and other things.

Build Pelican beak using simple materials and experiment. The pelican has a pouch-like beak which can expand when it’s trying to scoop up fish. Brown Pelicans are known for diving into the water to catch fish.

Make parrot beak using simple materials and see how these beautiful birds use their beaks to perform different activities. The function of the parrot beak is for climbing, as well as manipulating and crushing objects.

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