Puerto Rican Barn Owl
|Puerto Rican Barn Owl|
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The Puerto Rican Barn Owl (Tyto cavatica) is an extinct species of barn owl that inhabited the island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. It is sometimes considered to be a subspecies of the Ashy-faced Owl, and may have survived until 1912.
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- Wetmore, Alexander (1920). "Five New Species of Birds from Cave Deposits in Porto Rico". Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 33: 77–82.
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