Dinosaurs evolved beaks to aid feeding

Beaks evolved in some dinosaurs in order to stabilise their skulls while gobbling down food, scientists say.

`Humans may develop beaks in future`

A scientist has claimed that humans could develop beaks but the evolution will take millions of years.

Ancient birds jabbed at prey with axelike beaks

Ninety-pound birds that once lived in South America wielded their giant, sharp beaks in quick jabs, much like the boxing tactics of Muhammad Ali, according to a new study.