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birds paranoid owls feathers squee - 6629152256
By Unknown
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I'm starting to think owls are very paranoid birds. It would explain why their necks have a 270-degree turn radius in either direction (which they use to compulsively look over their shoulders), and why they're often calling out "Who? Who?" It's all starting to make sense...

-Sally Squeeps

bald bird dinosaurs egg feathers hatchling kiwi newborn - 6613523456
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Scientists say birds evolved from dinosaurs, and this Kiwi looks like it's showing its ancestry. Is this hatchling, with its bald patches, pointy beak, and leathery feet creepy or cute? Let me know which you think!

-Sally Squeeps

baby chick down falcon feathers floofy Fluffy fuzzy Hall of Fame poofy tiny - 5711645952
Via LLBwwb
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Falcons: Nature's perfect avian predators when fully grown, and nature's perfect itty bitty floofy birds when young.

chick feathers head peacock peafowl squee spree - 5884364032
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Someday this squee squirt will have a beautiful headdress. Today it's a bit of a bedhead situation, but I think that's even cuter!