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Urgent What is wrong with my quakers beak?

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The flaking can be normal, but the purple appears to be a bruise. Did she injure herself?
 

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The flaking can be normal, but the purple appears to be a bruise. Did she injure herself?

Not that I can recall, that's why I was worried, she hasn't hit it on anything. Unless she did it in her cage when I wasn't around. But it's been there for awhile and mostly on the bottom beak.
 

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Do you have another bird? It almost looks as if a large amount of pressure was exerted on the beak which is why I was asking if another parrot was in the house that could have done this.
 

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Do you have another bird? It almost looks as if a large amount of pressure was exerted on the beak which is why I was asking if another parrot was in the house that could have done this.
I don't have any other birds.
 
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