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  2. 2.  Class  Habitat  Name : Ovivar : Artic and Sub-Artic regions, mostly North America : Snowy Owls (Nyctea Scandiaca).  Anatomy  Wing  Feathers  Weight  Diet  Special Features : 1.5m : Dark white with dark brown making : 1.6 kg to 2kg : Small Mammals, Rat, Rabbits and etc. : Good Eyesight and can swivel its head.
  3. 3.  Snowy Owls breed in remote areas of Artic and sub- Artic regions, mostly North America. A Snowy Owl can swivel its head. That because it’s eyes don’t move in its socket. A snowy owl can also detect its prey in the dark because it has excellent hearing.  Snowy owls have dark white feathers with dark brown marking. It weighs around 1.6 kg to 2 kg.. Each bird must capture roughly 7 to 12 mice per day to meet its food requirement.
  4. 4.  Snowy owls eat small mammals, such as rats or rabbits and bird. Snowy Owls are also known to eat fish and carrion. It always swallows its prey whole and uses the juice in its stomach to digest the flesh. And the last but not least, a snowy owl is usually shy and generally silent. Yet don’t try to approach its nest, because it may attack you. So stay back.
  5. 5. Habitat: Artic and sub-Artic regions Appearance: Food: 1. Weight up to 2kg. Snowy Owl 1. Small Mammals 2. Strong black claw (Nyctea Scandiaca) 2. Rat 3. Yellow large eyes 4. Wing span 1.5 m. Behavior: 1. Live and hunt alone 2. Nocturnal animal 3. Rabbits
  6. 6. A Snowy Owl eating a chicken at Diergaarde Bilijdorn (Rotterdam Zoo), Netherlands Young owl on the tundra at Barrow Alaska. Snowy Owls will lose their black feathers with age, though particularly females retain some.