A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli puts a resin prosthesis on a bird without a beak during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. Maria Angela Panelli creates custom-made prosthetics for animals at her practice, helping those with injuries and disabilities get up on their feat - or their beaks - and get moving again. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli puts a resin prosthesis on a bird without a beak during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. Panelli says her aim is to help the animals rehabilitate after their injuries and "give them a standard of living." REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli puts a resin prosthesis on a bird without a beak during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. Human prosthesis has long been common, but until very recently the only options for animals with missing or partial limbs were euthanasia or amputation says Panelli. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli puts a resin prosthesis on a bird without a beak during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. Maria Angela Panelli creates custom-made prosthetics for animals at her practice, helping those with injuries and disabilities get up on their feat - or their beaks - and get moving again. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli plays with a bird, that she put a resin prosthesis beak on during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli

A veterinarian Maria Angela Panelli puts a resin made prosthesis on a bird without beak during a surgery in Barretos, Brazil February 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amanda