Students create a 3D-printed leg of a stork

Eastern Czech October 19: High school students in the Czech Republic helped a stork to walk again by printing its leg after it was injured while trying to learn to fly.
The eastern European bird now has two legs to stand on again, thanks to a group of students who used 3D printing techniques to replace the bird's broken leg.
The bird was reportedly injured when it was first learning to fly, but has received a new 3D-printed prosthesis that is lightweight and can be rotated.
The stork is still getting used to its new leg, but its human assistants believe that after a while it will be able to fly, hunt and live like its bird peers. The leg will need regular maintenance checks, so the bird will have a home in a zoo or animal sanctuary, and will not live in the wild, according to the Inside Edition website.


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