Behavioral Adaptations of Owls?

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Owls have a fascinating characteristic to be adaptive of its natural environment. These species have both behavioral and structural adaptations. It includes having feathers to keep them warm, eyes to look for prey, and having an extremely efficient circulatory system.
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