Capybara, burrowing owl at Brazil Olympics


This video from the USA says about itself:

28 February 2015

Just a few select minutes with the fascinating and incredibly cute Burrowing Owls of Cape Coral, Florida. These diminutive owls are only about nine inches tall. They make their homes in underground burrows formerly used by the Gopher Tortoise, or dug themselves. There are more nesting pairs of owls in Cape Coral than anywhere else in Florida. They are not particularly shy and their burrows are often near roads. The first 1:35 of the video (and audio) was filmed in slow motion, at 60 fps.

For more information on Florida’s Burrowing Owls, how to attract them to your yard, building a starter burrow or to help protect them, please visit Cape Coral Friends of Wildlife, here.

At the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, today the first Olympic golf tournament since over a century started. The TV report showed also animals lat the golf course: burrowing owls.

And capybaras.

This video is about capybaras.

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