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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They have adaptations that help them survive in 58 million years.
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The eyes of some owls weigh as much as those of humans. The size and tube-like shape of owl eyes prevents them from moving in the sockets. Their necks make up for this with extreme
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well with their wings they tuck them around them instilating all the heat, they live in nests but under the snow so they dont get eaten. They also are white which allows them to blend
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They lay eggs in a place where there are many plants that the larva can eat.
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