How Do Owls Adapt to Hunt Their Prey?

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All Owls have adaptive features that make them efficient predators. These feature include keen eyesight which helps them to locate their prey, sensitive directional hearing which helps them to locate concealed prey and relatively large rounded wings which help them to fly buoyantly and effortlessly.
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Owls have sharp talons (not claws!) and a sharp beak, so it would look pretty silly if you saw an owl eating a salad. They are carnivores, too. Owls have keen eyesight and hearing
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Elephants do not hunt prey - they eat vegetation. Their long trunks enable them to reach the highest branches.
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