Researchers discovered how owls crane their necks. "Brain-imaging specialists like me," said a neuroradiologist, "have always been puzzled as to why rapid, twisting head movements did not leave thousands of owls lying dead on the forest floor from stroke." | Harper's Magazine

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Researchers discovered how owls crane their necks. “Brain-imaging specialists like me,” said a neuroradiologist, “have always been puzzled as to why rapid, twisting head movements did not leave thousands of owls lying dead on the forest floor from stroke.”

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Researchers discovered how owls crane their necks. “Brain-imaging specialists like me,” said a neuroradiologist, “have always been puzzled as to why rapid, twisting head movements did not leave thousands of owls lying dead on the forest floor from stroke.” 

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