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Mystery of extreme head-rotation in owls explained

Anatomical artists and neurological experts at Johns Hopkins have finally unravelled how night-hunting owls can almost fully rotate their heads without damaging the delicate blood vessels in their necks and heads, and without cutting off blood supply to their brains. The eclectic team of researchers were first-place prize winners in the National Science Foundation’s 2012 […]

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