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The Brown Owl’s remarkable head stability

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Owls can exhibit a remarkable head stability during angular movement of the body about any axis passing through the skull.

Behold the example video from The Vestibular System of the Owl (1972). — And yes, we’re going to assume that the owl didn’t mind being blindfolded like that. 

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