Dancing Owls Love Ke$ha!
I mean, I can get down to Tik Tok too, I just don't look nearly as majestic when I do it.
Is this trio of rehabilitated barn owls a twerk team? Is that how that works? Am I using that term right?
According to science, barn owls use triangulation to catch their prey in the wild. Their ears are not symmetrical on their heads, and because of this and the twisting motion they're making here, they can home in on the little mouse making noise in the pitch black woods. Except this time, they're homing in on that dude's iPod playing the Ke$hinator.
So there you go. You got a funny video of owls being silly, and you learned something about nature. Go you!