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Love Fourth-Graders Learn More About Owls Through ELA Unit

March 3, 2013
The Post-Journal

"Look at the owl's skull. You can see that their ears are lopsided. One is slightly higher than the other so they can determine exactly where their prey is by sound," said Jeff Tome from the Jamestown Audubon Society. "They have huge eyes so not only can they hear, but also see, their prey."

 
 

 

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