Gouldian Beak

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Craig52
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I tend to agree, let nature take its coarse. Not much you can do other than make sure it can eat on its own if not say goodbye to it or euthanize it. :(
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Melm
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Update: I let nature take its course, parents stopped feeding it, it passed away in my hands the next day :(
Probably for the best.
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Sadly some deformities are not meant to survive. While some can live long and happy lives.
LML
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