There's a bald eagle named "Beauty" that has a serious health problem. A few years ago, most of her beak was blasted off by a hunter's bullet, leaving her crippled and unable to feed herself. She's since been hand nursed by rescue workers, and in a few weeks she will receive a second chance at life when researchers attempt to endow Beauty with the world's first bionic beak Jane Fink Cantwell is the raptor biologist who plans to give Beauty her new beak, and she speaks with Faith Salie on Fair Game.

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