What is the biggest species of owl?



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    The biggest owl in the world is is generally accepted to be the Eurasian Eagle Owl at up to 71cm (28″) tall. The ‘Eurasian Eagle Owl is a species of horned owl resident in much of Europe and Asia. There is al the Blakiston’s Fish Owl, which is similar in size and also considered the world’s largest owl. It is a massive owl at 60-75cm (24-30 in). This bird is endangered due to the widespread loss of riverine forest, increasing development along rivers and dam construction.

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    the Eurasian Eagle Owl, which is the largest in weight and average length. They can be up to 2 to 2 1/2 feet tall, with a wingspan of approximately 5 1/2 feet wide, depending on the individual. The weight of the male can vary from 4 to 5 1/2 pounds, while a large female can weigh close to 7 pounds. Some say that the Great Gray Owl is the largest, as some they can have quite a big overall length. But, much of the bulk of the Great Gray Owl is due to it’s generous plumage.

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