Sea Turtle Gets 3-D Printed Beak, New Lease on Life


A loggerhead sea turtle that had its beak and lower jaw ripped off by a boat propeller got a chance at living wild again when medical 3-D printing company BTech, out of Turkey, printed out a new beak for the animal, according to 3-DPrintingIndustry.com.

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