A one-legged stork rescued by an animal sanctuary walks with a new 3D-printed leg inside its enclosure near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. A one-legged young stork is learning to walk on its new 3D-printed prosthesis at a Czech animal rescue station after the bird injured itself while taking its first flight off a chimney. REUTERS/David W Cerny

A one-legged stork rescued by an animal sanctuary eats fish with a new 3D-printed leg inside its enclosure near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. Veterinarians and workers of the 'SOOS' sanctuary in the western Czech Republic said they decided to give the stork a prosthesis so that one day he would be able to "fly, hunt and live a full life". REUTERS/David W Cerny

Animal sanctuary workers attach a new 3D-printed leg to a recently rescued one-legged stork near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. he prosthesis was designed and 3D-printed by high school student Matyas Michl. REUTERS/David W Cerny

Animal sanctuary workers attach a new 3D-printed leg to a recently rescued one-legged stork near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. REUTERS/David W Cerny

Animal sanctuary workers attach a new 3D-printed leg to a recently rescued one-legged stork near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. REUTERS/David W Cerny

An animal sanctuary worker carries a one-legged stork with a new 3D-printed leg near Frantiskovy Lazne, Czech Republic, September 1, 2021. REUTERS/David W Cerny