I know this is sudden, but have you ever seen an owl's ears?
It's not often you get a chance to see them, so I'd like to show you a picture of owl ears!
Owls have big ears, just like humans!
However, unlike humans and other animals, the position and size of owl ears are asymmetrical.
However, unlike humans and other animals, owls' ears are asymmetrical in position and size, with one ear next to the eye and the other next to the nose or beak.
How did they come to be shaped like this?
In order to recognize sounds in three dimensions when hunting small prey.