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New Forest snap shows owl's head spinning

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A tiny owl perched on a branch would certainly turn heads if these hilarious pictures are anything to go by. 

The little bird was caught doing its best black and pecker impression - spinning its head so fast it looked just like a power drill.

The barmy bird's antics were captured by Bournemouth photographer, Miles Herbert, during a visit to Fritham in the New Forest, Hampshire.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5739609/Incredible-snap-shows-little-owls-head-spinning-like-Catherine-Wheel.html

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Black Monk
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The New Forest was founded by the Norman scum as a hunting ground for William the B astard.

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Piney
1 hour ago, Black Monk said:

The New Forest was founded by the Norman scum as a hunting ground for William the B astard.

I thought it was a pretty neat place. I got to handle the ponies that  were bred in the area and they are some good stock. 

and my mother was a Bronte Country Jowett, which makes me part Norman but the Fenwick gives me Anglish  blood and the Powell throws in some Welsh. :lol:

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Not A Rockstar

"Johnnie if you do not stop making yourself dizzy I will come over there and peck you! Now come and eat!"

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