Have you ever seen a Potoo?  It Always Looks Like It Just Saw Something Absolutely Horrifying.  http://www.buzzfeed.com/lyapalater/the-potoo-bird-always-looks-like-it-just-saw-something-absol

Have you ever seen a Potoo?

Have you ever seen a Potoo? It Always Looks Like It Just Saw Something Absolutely Horrifying. http://www.buzzfeed.com/lyapalater/the-potoo-bird-always-looks-like-it-just-saw-something-absol

Original Illustrations by Stephanie Laberis.  This is an illustration of potoo birds!  Potoos really do have those bug eyes!

Original Illustrations by Stephanie Laberis. This is an illustration of potoo birds! Potoos really do have those bug eyes!

Frog Mouth Potoo Bird - nocturnal, with a mournful cry that sounds like "Poor me! Poor, poor, poor me!"

Frog Mouth Potoo Bird - nocturnal, with a mournful cry that sounds like "Poor me! Poor, poor, poor me!"

IT’S STILL THERE. | The Potoo Bird Always Looks Like It Just Saw Something Absolutely Horrifying

The Potoo Bird Always Looks Like It Just Saw Something Absolutely Horrifying

IT’S STILL THERE. | The Potoo Bird Always Looks Like It Just Saw Something Absolutely Horrifying

Potoo: The Funniest Looking Bird Ever Why this owl never made it to Hogwarts

Potoo: The Funniest Looking Bird Ever

Rufous Potoo - The rufous potoo (Nyctibius bracteatus) is a species of bird in the Nyctibiidae family. Its common name refers to its rufous, or reddish-brown color. Their species name bracteatus is Latin for "gold-leaf". It is found in Ecuador, (the northeast, about 25% of the country), and Peru in the largest population, and the other large disjunct population southwest at the Peru and Bolivia border.  - Gareno Lodge, Ecuador - Nov, 2005 © Lou Hegedus

Rufous Potoo - The rufous potoo (Nyctibius bracteatus) is a species of bird in the Nyctibiidae family. Its common name refers to its rufous, or reddish-brown color. Their species name bracteatus is Latin for "gold-leaf". It is found in Ecuador, (the northeast, about 25% of the country), and Peru in the largest population, and the other large disjunct population southwest at the Peru and Bolivia border. - Gareno Lodge, Ecuador - Nov, 2005 © Lou Hegedus

Potoo: The Funniest Looking Bird Ever Why this owl never made it to Hogwarts

Potoo: The Funniest Looking Bird Ever

Potoo: The Funniest Looking Bird Ever Why this owl never made it to Hogwarts

Exuse the language plz. Imagine seeing this thing at night. It said,"rarely seen in daylight." So I wonder if someone's soul leaves their body after seeing this at night.

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Exuse the language plz. Imagine seeing this thing at night. It said,"rarely seen in daylight." So I wonder if someone's soul leaves their body after seeing this at night.

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