The owl has large downward-facing eyes, a hawk-shaped beak and a flat face; and its well-visible circle of feathers are magnificent.. most birds of prey have eyes on the sides of the head, but the stereoscopic nature of the eyes of the forward-facing owl allows for a greater perception of the depth required for hunting in low-light conditions.Although owls have binocular vision. Their big eyes are fixed in their mdash orbits; as are those of other mdash birds; they must therefore turn their heads to change their sights. Owls can rotate their head and neck up to 270 degrees in both directions. Since owls are hypermetropic, they are unable to see anything clearly within a few centimetres of their eyes.
The captured prey can be felt by the owls with the use of mdash filo-panaches; small feathers resembling hair on the beak and feet that act as palpators. Their vision from afar, especially in low light, is exceptionally good. The owl was sunk using the archaic method of lost wax molding and tinted with a brown patina finish for perpetuation.
The bronze sculpture was based on a black marble base and is signed. Paste the link in a browser window. This medium-sized owl sculpture is frightening but surprisingly beautiful with its owl wings fully deployed while it has just landed on this broken tree trunk.
Their big eyes are fixed in their mdash orbits; as are those of other mdash birds; so they must turn all their heads for ch. Increase your sales abroad with the global webinterpret list solution. This item is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\sculptures, statues".
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