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(Fox News)   Orange-eyed owl spotted for first time in over a century. Ya rly   (foxnews.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Bird, basic elements of the species, Bornean subspecies of the Rajah Scops-Owl, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, first time, case of Otus brookii brookii, field of study, Ecology  
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2021-05-15 11:53:20 PM  
NO WAI!
 
2021-05-16 12:13:01 AM  
There is only one crazy orange eyed bird for me, and that is the Great Potoo.

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2021-05-16 12:16:02 AM  
Is it really owl that?
 
2021-05-16 12:20:03 AM  
Cook it and eat it.
 
2021-05-16 12:59:32 AM  

Destructor: Cook it and eat it.


How awful. This is a rare, beautiful animal. You can't just kill it and eat it as if it's some stupid condor or panda.
 
2021-05-16 2:04:09 AM  
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FIRST ONE GOES TO BLATHERS
 
2021-05-16 6:38:19 AM  

Chemlight Battery: Destructor: Cook it and eat it.

How awful. This is a rare, beautiful animal. You can't just kill it and eat it as if it's some stupid condor or panda.


He didn't mention killing it.  Just cooking and eating.
 
2021-05-16 10:24:42 AM  
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2021-05-16 5:35:48 PM  
Shtirlitz was walking through woods at night, in distance he noticed yellow eyes following him. "Owl", thought Shtirlitz. "You're owl yourself," thought Muller
 
2021-05-17 11:28:45 AM  
Owl - "Geez, you blaze one bowl..."
 
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