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Baby owls sleep with their faces down since their heads are too heavy to handle

Baby owls sleep with their faces down since their heads are too heavy to handle

This baby owl sleeping face down is such a mood. This has been me all quarantine.

This picture of a baby owl sleeping face down surfaced on the internet, and it is by far the most relatable thing out there.

 

 

The fact that they sleep like this is blowing minds out there.

 



 

 

Many people doubted the credibility of this picture. However, it turns out the picture is as authentic as it can be.

 



 

 

 



 

 

They are almost like napping teenagers laying there tuckered out.
Some experts also pitched in saying that the picture is authentic. Baby owls, indeed, do sleep like this.

 



 

 

One woman shared on Twitter,

“I went to a bird display thing once and saw an owl doing that in the sun on a hot day. I panicked and cried to the man I thought one of his birds had died in the heat... he had to wake the poor thing up to convince me it was okay.”

 

 

 

The National Audubon Society confirmed it as well with a report from a birder who observed a young owl sleeping and noted another important detail:

 

 

Turns out, they hand teenager-like tantrums as well.
Sleepy, and not even remotely graceful about it, with the possibility of an outburst when woken. You’d think the food would help that waking nudge go over a little better though, wouldn’t you?

Also check this story about an Owl who mistook Wood Duck's Egg As It's Own And Ended Up Raising It Anyway.

Article Source: Diply

Image Source: Twitter

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