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Elf owl - animals described in 1861

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I won't say for the world, but we have a scops owl.

It’s good that it turned out, but not everyone is so lucky, I saw this, a terrible thing.

my brother's front teeth are knocked out. almost a year has already passed - now everything is fine. it's only a pity. he had a cool car, but he was insured.

This does not happen on the train, the mass is different.

I think so too, and I only travel by train. Thank you for the answer.

WHICH HATCHED OUT OF THE EGG

The smallest owl in the world is the elf owl (Micrathene whitneyi), which lives in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Its length is on average 12-14 cm, and its weight is less than 50 g.

interesting to learn is to remember. and answer questions.

Winnie the Pooh's friend.

as you wish.

The smallest owl in the world is the elf owl (Micrathene whitneyi), which lives in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Its average length is 12-14 cm, and its weight is less than 50 g.

thanks - we had a good laugh.

Everybody writes so. And this is the smallest owl in the world is an elf owl (Micrathene whitneyi), which lives in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Its average length is 12-14 cm, and its weight is less than 50 g.

The smallest owl in the world is the elf owl (Micrathene whitneyi), which lives in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Its average length is 12-14 cm, and its weight is less than 50 g.

No, smaller in hours))))))))). Like a cuckoo)))))))) ------- (joke)

I realized what a joke. I like your sense of humor. pressed. to remember. I train memory

What is there to do. have to. - otherwise they will hide the matches.

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