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Owls Fun Facts

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The most common noise an owl makes is a hoot, but not all owls hoot. Owls can also hiss, shriek, and even whinny like a horse.
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Owls have assymetrical ear openings which help them to pinpoint their target. Additionally, their flat faces funnel noises to their ears and amplify sound vibrations.
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Baby owls are known as owlets. Although they cannot fly, they will leave the nest, hopping around on branches closeby. This process is known as "branching" and it helps the young owls condition their wings and legs.
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A barn owl can eat 1000 mice in a single year. Farmers try to entice barn owls to their property to help reduce the number of rodents.
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Owls can fly almost silently, which allows them to better hear their prey, as well as avoid being heard by them.
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Owls' eyes are immobile, giving them binocular sight and increasing their depth perception. To compensate, owls are able to rotate their necks 270 degrees.
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A group of owls is called a parliament. This term comes from The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis, in which talking owls took counsel at night to deliberate events in Narnia.
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Owls are a type of nocturnal raptor belonging to the Order Strigiformes. Although they symbolize intelligence, they have also been associated with the occult because of their nocturnal lifestyle.
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The owl's most common prey is rodents, but smaller species eat insects.There are even species of fish owl, which prey upon fish, among other animals.
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Owls swallow their prey whole, and later regurgitate a pellet composed of the inedible material, such as bones and fur.