A wildlife shelter in Arizona turned to technology to help out an alligator by hooking him up with a 3D printed prosthetic tail.
The alligator -- named Mr. Stubbs -- spent the last five years at the shelter without a tail. This was a bummer because he was having trouble getting around in deep water.
So, the workers at the shelter cranked out a new, customized, tail for him on a 3D printer.
Mr. Stubbs is now moving around just like he used to, both on land and in the water. (LadBible)
Kevin in the Morning!