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  Spotted Owlet

 

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A Spotted Owlet in a cavity of the outer wall of a Jain temple in Khajuraho, India. This species has no ear-tufts, grayish brown upperparts, which are heavily spotted with white, and lighter underparts streaked with brown. The facial disc is pale with a white superciliary. Its eyes are black with a yellow iris. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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See also WILDLIFE PICTURES (1) and (2).