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It’s a cape? No, it's a beak!
It measures 50 centimeters. The Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) has the largest bird beak in the world. This imposing attribute allows this water bird to catch many fish. The Australian Pelican has yellow skin that surrounds its black eyes, which takes the shape of a pair of glasses. It measures on average 2.50 meters and lives in the Indo-Pacific basin.
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