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Fake-News - "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs"

The article below: "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil – Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs In Attack," published on websites like "allviralposts.com" is a hoax. The article claims that scientists in Brazil were able to clone an extinct giant owl specie called Ornimegalonyx. The article then claims that the cloned owl attacked the scientists and plucked their eyeballs out.
Fake-News - "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs"
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Fake-News - "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs"


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Fake-News - "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs"

The article below: "Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil – Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs In Attack," published on websites like "allviralposts.com" is a hoax. The article claims that scientists in Brazil were able to clone an extinct giant owl specie called Ornimegalonyx. The article then claims that the cloned owl attacked the scientists and plucked their eyeballs out.

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But, the bird shown in the article is the Potoo owl and not an extinct owl, prehistoric owl, alien bird, or bird from hell. Zoologist Karl Shuker confirmed that the animal is actually a Potoo bird.

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Potoo owl

Prehistoric Owl Successfully Cloned In Brazil – Plucks Out Scientists Eyeballs In Attack.

As scientists continue to play with mother nature, they are unearthing specimens from the past that could very well endanger our environment.

So is the case with this prehistoric owl that has been cloned by scientists in Brazil.

The giant cursorial owl, also known as Ornimegalonyx, was an extinct giant owl that measures 3’7″ in height when fully grown.
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