Eye Shine and Owlet Nightjars

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Subject: Eye Shine and Owlet Nightjars
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 14:20:05 +1100
I heard that foxes, after years of being shot at, developed a clever
survival strategy That was from the habit of walking in close pairs. Each
closing the outer eye - as in the one on the left closed its left eye and
the one on the right closed its right eye. That way people shooting at them
and aiming between the eyes, would all miss them because the bullets would
pass between them. 


1 April............


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