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In a quite town in eastern Hungary, an unusual phenomenon surprised the townsfolk. Eagle-owls have taken over most of the trees available in the area recently. The protected species of birds have never been seen in such great numbers before. Residents of the town say that the most they've seen together was around 7, but today more than 60 field eagle-owls can be seen crowding the trees in the town center. The unusual invasion has attracted a great number of ornithologists or bird specialists as well as nature photographers to the small town. Many international experts agree that eagle-owls have never before appeared in such great numbers in residential areas. The eagle-owls may have moved out of their natural habitat to make sure they can find safer option in the towns in case their natural homes are snowed or flooded. Extreme weather conditions these days cause birds around the world to behave strangely, but experts say the owl's actions are not linked to such strange behaviors. Daniel Choy, Arirang News.
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