A young owls sleep with their faces down
They don’t know why, but a group of lovely baby owls suddenly went viral.
It all began when a cute picture of a baby owl dozing face down on a branch went viral on social media.
Everyone laughed at the sleeping position, but there was a significant cause for it.
Even the cute juvenile owls give the impression that they have been out all night partying, yet because of their heavy heads, they are actually sleeping.
Additionally, it makes perfect logic given that all newborns have substantially larger heads than bodies.
Everyone on social media started to post images of baby owls resting in that pose after the journalist Mark Reed’s now-viral snap, supporting the theory.
The National Audubon Society, a nonprofit organisation, has also endorsed the adorable napping pattern of baby owls.
According to the article, „their naps are brief, and they do not want to be disturbed, even to be fed.“
It’s amazing how they hold onto the trees while leaning their heavy heads downward and avoid falling.
It appears, nevertheless, that their hallux is to blame. „The hallux will not open or let go until the bird bends its leg,“ the saying goes.