National Aviary using Pawprint Oxygen

by | Jul 12, 2019

National Aviary uses Pawprint Oxygen on Red-legged Seriema and a Black-faced Tanager!

Say hello to the very first avian users of Pawprint Oxygen!? Thank you to the National Aviary for sharing these awesome photos of a Red-legged Seriema and a Black-faced Tanager inhaling oxygen.

Paws or talons, feathers or fur, we hope that Pawprint Oxygen can help everyone breathe a little easier.

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