Video Of Baby Owl's Reaction To Thunderstorm Breaks Internet

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For many thunderstorm is an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon, but the situation is no different in animal kingdom and this adorable video of an own is a proof.

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
This baby owl's reaction to thunderstorm is making netizens go crazy on social media

For many thunderstorm is an awe-inspiring natural phenomenon, for others, it is simply a way to hide under the blanket. And the situation is no different in the animal world. All of those who feel scared by bolts of lighting and the loud thunderclap may relate to this cute video of a baby owl getting scared during a thunderstorm which has created a sensation on the Internet. 

Adorable video

The adorable clip posted on Twitter shows the baby owl inside an enclosed place. With the loud noise of thunder in the background the owlet scurries around with a clear look of fear on its face. A few seconds into the video, the owlet settles in a corner frantically looking around and trembling at the loud noises.

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The video when uploaded on the social media, garnered over 2.8 lakh views and over 10,600 likes. While some wanted to hug and comfort the baby owl, others expressed their wish to just run and save the baby bird.


Attracted by the video, one of the users shared a similiar beautiful GIF on Twitter to express her love towards the heart-touching video. Flawed by the beauty of the video, another user chimed in and prayed for the safety of the owl.

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