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Cuttlebone: Bird Term of the Day

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Birds love to chew on cuttlebone 
The cuttlefish is from the Cephalopod family, which includes squids and octopi.

Cuttlebone: (noun) It is a dietary supplement of calcium carbonate that you hang in your pet bird’s cage for your bird to chew on. Cuttlebone comes from the Cuttlefish, which is a squidlike marine mollusk of the Sepia genus.

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valerie, glen oaks, NY
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