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Owl Prezi

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Kimberly Canham

on 16 October 2013

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Owl: An Amazing Animal
Creature of the Night
Owls sleep during the day.
Owls are nocturnal
Owls have wings that help them fly.
Owls have bodies that help them survive
Owls have claws that help them catch their prey.
Owls are active at night.
Owls hunt for food at night.
Owls can turn their heads almost all the way around.
small mammals
Owls eat a large variety of prey
Owls can be large or small
The smallest owl is the elf owl at 5.5 inches
The largest owl is the great gray owl at 2.5 feet.
Owls live on all the continents of the world except Antarctica.
Owls come in many colors
Endangered Status
Many kinds of owls are endangered.
Fun Owl Facts
Owls have special feathers that help them fly silently.
There are about 220 different kinds of owls.
Owls cannot move their eyeballs. They turn their heads instead.
Owls lay 2 to 16 eggs.
An owl has three eyelids: one for blinking, one for sleeping and one for keeping the eye clean and healthy.
Owls have been found in the fossil record up to 58 million years ago. The largest recorded owl fossil, Orinmegalonyx oteroi, stood about three feet tall.
A group of owls is called a parliament, wisdom or study.
The biggest modern threats to owls are habitat loss, pesticides that poison the birds and their food supplies and human persecution because of negative superstitions.
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