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Great Horned Owl

Great Horned Owls (Bubo virginianus) live in North America and also parts of South America. A number of Great Horned Owls also have appeared in the Guardians of Ga'Hoole series. They are called Great Horned Owls because of two tufts of feathers on their heads. It is sometimes known as the Tiger Owl or the Hoot Owl. Great Horned Owls range in length from 18–27 in. (46–69 cm) and have a wingspan of 40-60.5 in. (101–153 cm); Females are usually larger than males, an average adult being 22 in…

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Discover the mysterious world of owls in this captivating video. Learn about the different species, their habitats, hunting techniques, and behaviors. From the majestic Great Horned owl to the elusive Snowy owl, this video takes you on a journey through the world of owls. Get an up-close look at these fascinating birds and learn why they are such an important part of the ecosystem.