Some things you just have to see to believe.
Owls are such amazing creatures.
They're almost mystical with their larger-than-life eyes that seem to watch your every move, their ginormous wingspan, their beautifully-patterned wings and their huge talons.
They're a bit of a mystery to most people because they're not as commonly seen as your average bird.
You, more often times than not, hear them much more frequently than you see them.
Here's a fun fact about owls: their eyes are actually not true "eyeballs" like you would assume. They are actually immobile tube-shaped organs that provide binocular vision which enables them to better locate their prey.
Now that we're all educated and perplexed with these magnificent creatures, there's even more intriguing things about them that we never even knew.
Have you seen an owl's legs? I'm not taking about their feet and talons - I mean their leg in its entirety? If not, be prepared to have your mind blown...
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