Not all parts of a mouse can be digested. In owls the process of elimination is from this end.
lol, what a series!
Maybe the seagulls around here could learn a lesson or two from Oswald...This is a good series Beth ;>)
Thanks Kamalyn and Jim! I'm not so sure, Jim, if you'd want such a rocky shore. I should post a photo of the end product - it's kind of interesting with all the little bones. I look for one to put up.
Hey cool, sure a good close-up of a pellet would be interesting. And this makes one wonder: what actually goes on at the other end?
Hi Guy. Just realized I never answered you on this one. I finally posted some pellet photos, and as to what goes on at the other end ... oh, you know, the usual. (Just not bones and fur.)
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