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Owls vs. Bats

Science: Structure and Function: Compare and contrast characteristics among individuals within one plant or animal group.
by Kathryn Chan on 19 January 2013

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Owls vs. Bats Owls Bats Most owls are nocturnal.
Nocturnal
means the animal is active at night
and sleeps during the day. Owls can turn their heads 270 degrees. Watch this owl turn his head. Owls have really large eyes that can move separately from each other. Carnivorous Owls eat insects, mice, rats, and hares. Some owls even eat fish. I can tell a neighbor 3 parts of an owl. Parts of an Owl’s Body Label the 8 parts of the owl. legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. beak eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. beak eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. talons feet breast beak eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. feet breast beak eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. breast beak eyes legs tail feathers wing ears Label the 8 parts of the owl. Owls can see far away better than humans, but they can not see close up very well.
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