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Old 09-29-2019, 10:43 AM
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Should Gabbanas Beak be like this ?

Hi everyone. I have noticed Gabbana's beak has less red on it than what it was through scraping his beak on numerous things. However the end tip has no red on it. Is this okay ? See pic below in other post.
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Re: Should Gabbanas Beak be like this ?

Yes, that is a normal beak for an IRN


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