Owls are lofty animals. They're one of the most lovable and baffling winged animals out there.
Be that as it may, they are not as blameless as they may look in some cases.
All things considered, owls are called winged creatures of prey which is as it should be.
Being acceptable trackers, these feathered creatures live on a careful nutritional plan of different animals, for example, creepy crawlies, mice, rodents, rabbits, and some of them can even chase fish.
Owls are one of the most quiet fowls of prey with superb night vision and hearing, such a significant number of helpless little animals out there have no potential for success against these predators.
On the off chance that that is not startling enough for you, these creatures are known to here and there assault people.
For example, an extraordinary horned owl, whose claws have a grasping power of 500 psi (like the chomp of a huge watchman canine), over and again struck the scalp of a jogger in Salem, Oregon in 2015.
As of late, somebody took a video of a surprised and befuddled family feline who by one way or another nearly got its butt kicked by a furious owl.
The feline and a significant number of us (on account of the video) discovered what owls resemble when they truly would prefer not to be played with.
The furious flying creature in the video expected a very compromising situation with its wings puffed up, looking twice its size.
In the wake of seeing such a scary sight, the helpless kitty solidified in dread and didn't consider retaliating.
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