A Parliament Of Owls

Owls have superb hearing and excellent eyesight. Some owls can pinpoint small prey like mice as far as half a mile away. However, their deep, tube-shaped eyes are not true eyeballs, but provide binocular vision and boosted depth perception. These eyes are completely immobile, so the owl must turn its head to see more—and they can turn their heads 270 degrees. Owls are masters of camouflage. Not all owls hoot; some screech, and some whinny like a horse. Owls swallow their food whole, then barf up the undigested parts into little pellets, which are often given to children in science class to dissect.

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