FORT PIERRE – With a great horned owl perched on her wrist, Laura Freeman gazed into the crowd of students and talked about the owl’s eyes. She told them how big their own eyes would be if, as adults, they retained their human size but suddenly became owls.
“Your eyes, if you were an owl, would be somewhere between the size of oranges and grapefruits,” she said.
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