Photo 17 Mar 1,080 notes It was only when the photographer looked at this picture later that she spotted this great horned owl had a baby, tucked tightly into the feathers on its tummy. It was taken by wildlife photographer Marina Scarr in Fort De Soto Park, Florida. Picture: MARINA SCARR / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 7 March 2013 - Telegraph)

It was only when the photographer looked at this picture later that she spotted this great horned owl had a baby, tucked tightly into the feathers on its tummy. It was taken by wildlife photographer Marina Scarr in Fort De Soto Park, Florida. Picture: MARINA SCARR / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 7 March 2013 - Telegraph)

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