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Irascibility of Robins  by Colin See-Paynton. Wood engraving. Size: 8 x 6 inches in an edition of 150. http://www.see-paynton.co.uk/ Tags: Wood engraving, British Artist, Helen Elstone, Bird, Feathers, Beaks, Claws, Wings, Eyes, Printmaking, Block Print.

Irascibility of Robins by Colin See-Paynton. Wood engraving. Size: 8 x 6 inches in an edition of 150. http://www.see-paynton.co.uk/ Tags: Wood engraving, British Artist, Helen Elstone, Bird, Feathers, Beaks, Claws, Wings, Eyes, Printmaking, Block Print.

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Wipe my beak would you? Full service at chez jim café! #birds #birdsofinstagram #birdstagram #birdphotography #walnut #pieces #deck #beak #claws #feathers #uccelli #fåglar #鳥類 #Kuşlar #птиці #مرغان #lintuja #aves #ocells #Pássaros by jimcallum

Sparrow -  by InayatShah

Sparrow - by InayatShah

"Beak and Brain: Genius Birds From Down Under" - 52m (2013) :: Via New On Netflix USA  Whoever came up with the term 'bird brain' never met these feathered thinkers, who use their claws and beaks to solve puzzles, make tools and more.

"Beak and Brain: Genius Birds From Down Under" - 52m (2013) :: Via New On Netflix USA Whoever came up with the term 'bird brain' never met these feathered thinkers, who use their claws and beaks to solve puzzles, make tools and more.

Pretentious Peacock

Pretentious Peacock

White-Breasted Nuthatch-Peekaboo by JestePhotography

White-Breasted Nuthatch-Peekaboo by JestePhotography

Taiwan blue magpie

Taiwan blue magpie

The β-keratins in feathers, beaks and claws — and the claws, scales and shells of reptiles — are composed of protein strands hydrogen-bonded into β-pleated sheets, which are then further twisted and crosslinked by disulfide bridges into structures even tougher than the α-keratins of mammalian hair, horns and hoof

The β-keratins in feathers, beaks and claws — and the claws, scales and shells of reptiles — are composed of protein strands hydrogen-bonded into β-pleated sheets, which are then further twisted and crosslinked by disulfide bridges into structures even tougher than the α-keratins of mammalian hair, horns and hoof

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