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What is the snowy owl's habitat?


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Answered 2010-02-07 22:46:01

The Snowy Owl's habitat is in the northern margins of the arctic tundra.
The Snowy Owl lives in the cold Arctic tundra. It nests in a hole in the ground and feeds on lemmings and other small animals.

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