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  • Sam Luciano

    All creatures great and small in our ever popular animal gallery.

  • Rachel Wilson

    Henrik Nilsson. Burrowing Owls do silly things

  • Marieke Langerak

    This curious owl looked bemused when it was confronted with a camera lens outside its burrow. The youngster, only a year old, turned its head upside down in a bid to get a better look at the curious object. Photographer Henrik Nilsson captured the amusing sight on camera near Moses Lake in Washington State, America.

  • Ellen Brandshaug

    confused baby owl

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