A rare exotic bird has been given a new lease of life after his beak broke off -- and a metal one was fitted in its place.
Southern ground hornbills are from southern Africa and can live for up to 40 years. In the wild they eat lizards, frogs and birds' eggs but in captivity survive on rats, mice, and crunchy human skulls.
YOU GOT A HORNBILL AND YOU GOT A MAGNET
It's stainless, it's not magnetic.
also, thank you for providing me with new lj icons! :)
Technically, it would be a birdborg...
that's true. "i am hornbillcutus of borg. resistance is...yummy: mmm crunchy human skulls!"
I, for one, welcome our avian, metal beaked, human skull crunching overlords.
They are missing out on some great cross-promotion and pop cultural relevance.
An obvious Venture Brothers tribute.
You had me at "HATEBEAK".