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How Does The Owls Adapt To Their Environment?

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It can depend on the type of owl whether it adapts to a new environment or not.

An example is Barred owls, they do not adapt well to a changed environment because their nests and food require certain things that they need.

An example of an owl that can adapt to other environments is the Screech owl. They can use woodpecker holes as their nest and adapt to it as necessary.

In terms of the environment they are in when out and about, their unusual face masks, large head and eyes positioned on the front of their head help them to adapt to that. They have large hooked bills and long toes with sharp curved nails that they use to catch prey.

You can find more information on owls and how their physical attributes help them to adapt to their environment here.
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It is adapted to its enviorment the forest because it can camouflage into the same colour as a branch an that is where owls sit.
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Owls live in Deserts. They adapt to their environment by living inside of cactus in order to avoid hot temperatures during the day.

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