Photographer Lisa Kee was taking some snaps of this owl when the curious-looking bird began to swivel her head… and she didn’t stop turning her head until it had done a complete 180. She was apparently intrigued by the buzzing sound the camera made when taking pictures. What a great shot!
The features of the bones and vascular network in owls necks and skulls give them the ability to spin their heads up to 270 degrees.
The photos were captured in the World Bird Sanctuary in Valley Park, Missouri, U.S.