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Every time I play a species as "nocturnal flying carnivore", I feel like that can only be an owl, and I detest owls.

But it turns out there is one - just one - raptor that hunts by night - the Australian Letter-Winged Kite, also known as the Moon Kite.

Seems like it's very endangered though...



IT WAS IN THE NEWS TODAY: https://blog.csiro.au/moon-kite-missing-in-the-simpson/
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Here's what i came up:
Fertile + Flight + Fat Tissue

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn19548-zoologger-the-h...
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Rainbow Snake wrote:
Every time I play a species as "nocturnal flying carnivore", I feel like that can only be an owl, and I detest owls.

But it turns out there is one - just one - raptor that hunts by night - the Australian Letter-Winged Kite, also known as the Moon Kite.


There are carnivorous bats.
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Who could detest an owl??

Who?

Who?

Who?
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If owls were like honest birds and appeared during the daytime, that would be fine ... but they're these creepy creatures who are never seen, they call out creepy sounds from the inky blackness of night. You never really know where they are. They'll disappear from one spot and reappear in another.

Some of them mimic things like dogs barking or women screaming for help. They're not nice.
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