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In 1993, however, its nocturnal assaults were captured on video, proving that at least some Kea will attack and feed on healthy sheep. The video confirmed what many scientists had long suspected, that the Kea uses its powerful, curved beak and claws to rip through the layer of wool and eat the fat from the back of the animal. Though the bird does not directly kill the sheep, death can result from infections or accidents suffered by animals when trying to escape. Just like women, there's always a catch with beauty.
i fear no bird
4 years ago·Reply
hooooly. do they only attack sheep?
4 years ago·Reply
Absolutely gorgeous.
4 years ago·Reply