3D-printed shoes give ageing birds a new lease of life

25/11/2021 9:41:00 AM

3D-printed shoes give ageing birds a new lease of life

3D-printed shoes give ageing birds a new lease of life

SINGAPORE — Two geriatric birds of prey afflicted with a foot disease known as “bumblefoot” have successfully recovered from their condition with the help of 3D-printed shoes.

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