Exceptional Dentist Saves Beak of Bald Eagle Suffering from Gunshot Wound Tauheed Ahmad October 10, 2016 Amazing & Incredible 2190 The residents of Tofino, British Columbia have demonstrated that a little bit of optimism can go a long way. This is great example of real empathy to put into other shoes and realize. A truly profound love with animals just to save inherited of planet earth. Well, in one afternoon, local’s residents heard a booming gunshot and nearby witnesses saw a truck driving away from the scene. When they went to that place for investigation, they’ve realized that a bald eagle had been shot and badly injured by missing a majority of his beak. The straight away, they hurried the injured bird to the North Island Wildlife Recovery Centre, which is where more than a few veterinarians recommended that the eagle be put down. But several volunteers dis-agree this option and were optimistic that the bird would recover. Therefore, a sympathy shown by a dentist named Dr. Brian Andrews offered to support. He cautiously took a mold of the bird’s missing beak and then formed a hard wax model for dental technician Fred Leak to work with. Hence once this process was finish, a prosthetic beak was applied and was even tinted yellow to match the remaining portion. Now, the bald eagle looks in a good health as new and all it took was a little positivity from a determined group of animal lovers.Source: Charismatic Planet Now, the bald eagle looks in a good health as new and all it took was a little positivity from a determined group of animal lovers. This is great example of real empathy to put into other shoes and realize. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyDeadly Lake Water Turns Birds Into StoneEagle Mirror Nests of a Bald EagleOld Japanese Train Station Stays Open for One Daily PassengerCamera Strapped To Soaring Eagle Provides Captivating Nature ViewWinners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013Exquisite Motion of Birds in Mid-FlightA Miraculous Survival of Tree in the DesertLove the Beautiful Landscape of BroadsIndian “Birdman” Cares more than 4,000 Exotic Green ParakeetsHillier Lake is a Natural Phenomenon in Western Australia Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.