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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

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chicks ducks friends owls nap - 7446994688
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From sixonefive72: "The two three-week-old babies met at the [zoo] and are now inseparable. There were a dozen duck eggs in the centre's incubator, but sadly only Chop-suey's hatched. Although the chick was happy with human company, he was never happy being left alone so staff put the two together and they instantly snuggled up and fell asleep!"

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birds creepicute eyes face Owl owls squee wise - 6014336512
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This owl's face is so amazing, but I can't decide if I want to snuggle or run. What do you squeeps think, creepy or cute?

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melanic cute owls unique - 8210093312
Via tuddyburr
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tuddyburr says, "Meet Sable, the 1 in 100,000 melanic (oppsite of albino) Barn Owl that wasn't rejected by its mother for its unique dark coloring :)"

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Staring birds owls who curious squee - 6550172672
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WHO are you owlies staring at? Yeah it's squee, but also a little rude you know...

-Sally Squeeps