[SPAM] ALIENS CAUGHT IN INDIA
[SPAM] ALIENS CAUGHT IN INDIA
Video of Owls is shared with false claims on social media. Please read more about it in the verification section of this article.
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ALIEANS CAUGHT IN INDIA (ORGINAL VIDEO EXCLUSVIE)(अलिएंस कैद हुए है कैमरे में )……..?.
Verification: Creatures are Barn Owls
The video of these creatures known as Barn Owls are shared with false captions on social media. Mostly when people see a creature that resembles human in any way as in the shared video, are mistaken for aliens. Their appearance and the way they are standing on two legs, their heart shaped face makes other think that they are creatures from some other planet. In fact they are Barn Owls and are highly endangered species in India. After investigation it was confirmed that they are owls and not aliens. Read more about it in the links shared below:
“Nehru zoological park Curator Shivani Dongre said the birds are a beautiful which are distributed downwards from central India. Their heart shaped faces and downward beaks are characteristics of the species. They were called as Barn Owls”. Read more @The Sun
Barn owls seen in a construction site in Vizag:
“HYDERABAD: Three birds were found in a construction site in Vizag that attracted attention of the locals, who took videos and photos, thinking that the birds were aliens. However, the verdict from experts put them down as Nehru zoological park officials said the birds are from the barn owl species.
Curator Shivani Dongre said, “They are a beautiful which are distributed downwards from central India. Their heart shaped faces and downward beaks are characteristics of the species.”
The birds were found standing on their legs instead of the normal perched position which alerted onlookers. “When birds get attention, they tend to be observant in behaviour which is probably why the birds look alarmed. As it was a construction site, the birds were on a flat surface. If they had a surface to grip on, we could have seen them perch,” said Shivani Dongre”. Read more @Deccan Chronicle
Watch the tweet shared below. Owls can be seen standing on their legs.
— Gary M. Sarli♿️ (@GMSarli) March 31, 2018
I’m now positive that people who claim to have seen aliens have actually just seen baby owls. pic.twitter.com/CAr65NG9qR
— Daniel Holland (@DannyDutch) November 14, 2019
Lets know more about Barn Owls
Scientific Name – Tyto alba
Family – Barn Owls
Amazing facts about Barn Owl
All you need to know about Barn Owl
Sound by Barn Owl
Habitat – Woodlands, groves, farms, barns, towns, cliffs. May nest in forest or city if nearby area has good open foraging territory, such as farmland, marsh, prairie, desert. With their ghostly appearance, and habit places such as church belfries, this bird has attracted more of superstition. It is known as good fortune for farmers who find it in their barns, for it preys on mice and rats. At night it is often heard calling as it flies high over farmland or marshes.
Barn Owl hunts at night, seldom by day. Finds for its prey mostly by flying low over open ground, watching and listening to sounds. At times hunts by flying down from a perch. It has superb vision in low light levels, and hearing is so precise that it can strike prey in pitch darkness.
It produces 3-8 or sometimes 2-12 or even more eggs. Incubation is by female only, 29-34 days. Male brings food for female during incubation. Young female remains with young while they are small. Male brings food, female feeds it to young. Once young ones are about 2 weeks, female also starts hunting for food.
Mostly rodents. Feeds on voles and various kinds of mice, small rats, shrews, young rabbits and other mammals. Eats very small numbers of birds, lizards, insects, rarely frogs or even fish.
In courtship, male performs display flight, including loud wing-claps. Male feeds female. For nest they look for caves and hollow trees, also many artificial sites such as barn lofts, church steeples, abandoned houses, dry wells, crevices under bridges, nest boxes.
Some remain near northern edges of range all winter, but some ( young birds) move long distances southward. A regular October migrant at Cape May, New Jersey.
Read more : Barn Owl
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Post Date: 23 Nov 2019
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