Owls

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About Owls
Owls are beautiful! Let’s look at their characteristics.
Owls live in many places. Some live in rainforests, deserts, farms, marshes, woods, and on plains. Owls can be seen in other places, too. The Snowy Owl and Hark Owl can stay in very cold weather. They do not like the hot or wet weather.
Owls can make very loud noises. People know that owls can “hoot”. Owls can make different sounds. They can shriek, hoot, bark, and even grunt like a pig. If they are upset, the noise can sound like clicking and hissing. Get away if you hear this sound when you are near an owl.
Most owls come out at night. They are nocturnal.
Owls have good eyes and even better hearing. They do not have a sense of smell.
Owls like to eat small prey. Owls fly then swoop down and pick their food up with their claws or beaks. They eat insects, snakes, mice, birds, squirrels, and rabbits depending on the kind of owl.
People have owls for pets, too. It is not easy to have a pet owl. You would need to read up on where to find owls to buy, what to keep them in, how to feed them and train them.
Owls are very interesting and beautiful birds.

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Rainforest : a luxuriant, dense forest rich in biodiversity, found typically in tropical areas with consistently heavy rainfall

Nocturnal : done, occurring, or active at night

Swoop : (especially of a bird) move rapidly downwards through the air

Deserts : a person's worthiness or entitlement to reward or punishment

Beak : a bird's horny projecting jaws; a bill

Marsh : an area of low-lying land which is flooded in wet seasons or at high tide, and typically remains waterlogged at all times

Grunt : (of an animal, especially a pig) make a low, short guttural sound

Claw : a curved pointed horny nail on each digit of the foot in birds, lizards, and some mammals.

Hiss : make a sharp sibilant sound as of the letter s

Upset : make (someone) unhappy, disappointed, or worried

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