Did you know? Owls cant move their eye balls.

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The eyes of owls are immobile. This is due to owls having nonexistent spherical eyeballs. Instead, they have eyes that resemble tubes that are fixed firmly in place by rings of bone called sclerotics. In order to glance around, owls must turn their complete head because they are unable to roll their eyes around like we can.

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