What Do Snowy Owls Eat?

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Snowy owls are native to tundra areas. They are excellent hunters and carnivores. They eat smaller birds and enjoy small mammals, like mice, and also fish. They are known to store food to be eaten later.
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These beautiful owls, Snowy owl, eats other birds, fish, insects, amphibians (frogs) and crustaceans. These owls can grow to have a wingspan up to almost 6 feet.
The snowy owl is one of the most beautiful owls there are. They can get up to 27in tall and wide, and they live to be about 28 years old. Snowy owls feast on mostly meat ranging from small varmints to large rabbits.
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