An artist has created incredibly realistic models of birds by using wood and paper. Nature-lover Zack Mclaughlin's spectacular hand-crafted sculptures are so life-like they could easily be mistaken for real birds.
He creates 3D birds of all shapes and sizes by using paper and wood - then spends up to two days carefully painting them in stunning colours. Zack, 31, has made robins, magpies, hummingbirds and a wide range of other birds - but his most time-consuming creation, an owl, took him a staggering 160 hours. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.
Pictured: Zack Mclaughlin with two owls he created.