Project 1

Project 1

Published on 12 January 2022
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owl
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Owls are found worldwide with the exception of Antartica
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their habitats range from
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forests
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mountains
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deserts
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open prairie land
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there are thought to be over
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220
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different species of Owl in the world
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which range in size from the tiny Elf Owl 
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to the large and magnificent European Eagle Owl
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Owls are not related to diurnal birds of prey 
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although they hunt in the same way using there beak 
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and sharp talons to catch and kill their prey
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Owls are easily recognised by their large rounded head
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and huge forward facing eyes
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their beak faces downward and they have soft plumage coloured
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to help them blend in with their natural habitat
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Owls are classed as nocturnal creatures and are very skilled at hunting in low light levels with the aid
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their have excellent hearing, large eyes and silent flight
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but only a third of the world’s owls are strictly nocturnal
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Owl becomes frightened or alarmed it will make itself look very thin, pulling it's feathers tightly into it's body
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"thunder"