Exhibition: Beaks

Birds' beaks have a great range of specialized shapes to catch and eat different kinds of food. Most birds, except for parrots and birds of prey, catch and hold their food with just their beak.

Feeding Upside-Down
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Feeding Upside-Down

Flamingos’ bills are specially adapted to separate mud and silt from the food they eat and are uniquely used upside-down. The filtering of food is assisted by hairy structures called lamellae, which line the mandibles, and their large, rough-surfaced tongue.

Play this puzzle with the Pics n Mix app!


Pics n Mix is quick and easy to learn, and the short video below explains everything you need to know.

Just choose a puzzle and click the Play button. Drag and drop the pieces to where you think they should be. If you have chosen "plus rotation" it means some of the pieces are flipped top to bottom or right to left. If you tap a piece once, it will flip from top to bottom. and if you double tap it, it will flip from left to right.