This species of owl is discussed due to its eyes
Nearly 125 years later, Rare Tropical Owl was spotted in the jungles of Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia. This owl was last seen in 125 years ago in 1892. After this, it was assumed that they were over. But now after so many years these owls have been seen again.
The world is plagued by Corona Virus these days. Many countries have been lockdown for the past several months. Because of this people remained imprisoned in their homes. People are dying in this era of epidemic, but many people are calling it a revenge of nature. Many people say that this is nature’s way of healing itself. Humans have destroyed nature a lot. The revenge of this is that nature is imprisoning people in their homes. Since people have been in homes for a long time, due to this, the level of pollution in the environment has reduced. Also, the fauna of many such species are now visible once again, which were once considered extinct. One of these is the Rajah scops owl of the orange-eyed Bornean species. These owls were seen in the jungles of Malaysia after about one hundred and twenty five years. Very different from common owls Rajah scops owls are quite different from others. Its look and way of living is quite different from the others. There is not much detail about this species of owl. But they are said to have lost this species of owls due to deforestation, and climate change. But now again, there is excitement among scientists on meeting these owls.Recognition by eyes These owls were disseminated by Richard Bodler Sharp in 1892 that there was once an orange-eyed owl in the world. It was named after the king of Malaysia. Researchers had given up hope that these owls would be seen again sometime. But it happened after 125 years. Scientists will now do further research on these owls and find out that they were hidden for so many years?