If you’ve ever wondered what the last thing a little critter sees when an owl swoops in on them, this clip is for you.
It’s not a long video, but it’s effective.
But a mouse or other critter wouldn’t even see that much of the owl before it swooped down. Owls can fly almost silently because their feathers have serrated edges and have a velvet-like covering.
That velvet doesn’t offer much comfort when the owl uses its talons to crush its prey’s skull and knead its body.
So, be glad you only saw that much of the owl attack.