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See What Makes Owls So Quiet and So Deadly

For owls, life and death relies on the ability to control noise. Owl wings and feathers have special adaptations to muffle their sound. It’s stealth, not speed that makes them deadly.

How do owls use their fuzzy feathers to stealthily stalk their prey? Watch the latest #DeepLook video, brought to you by @kqedscience and @pbsdigitalstudios.