The needle sharp beak of the bee-eater allows for exact accuracy when catching their prey, thus to avoid the sting of the insect. Once the prey has been snatched out of the air the bee-eater finds its perch and begins the `de-stinging` process by squeezing the insect to discard of its poison and then hitting it against the perch to remove the sting.

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