Newly Discovered Owl Sings “Here Comes the Bride”
by Carrie Arnold
An owl recently found in Oman seems to also be a lovebird: It sings a tune that sounds a lot like the song “Here Comes the Bride.”
The small owl, with orange eyes and gray and tan mottled feathers, is tentatively named Strix omanensis, according to Magnus Robb, one of the owl’s discoverers…
(read more and hear recording: National Geo)
Photograph by Arnoud B van den Berg

Newly Discovered Owl Sings “Here Comes the Bride”

by Carrie Arnold

An owl recently found in Oman seems to also be a lovebird: It sings a tune that sounds a lot like the song “Here Comes the Bride.”

The small owl, with orange eyes and gray and tan mottled feathers, is tentatively named Strix omanensis, according to Magnus Robb, one of the owl’s discoverers…

(read more and hear recording: National Geo)

Photograph by Arnoud B van den Berg

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