Barn owl chicks sit in a box in Israel’s Beit Shean Valley, near the border with Jordan. The chicks are the product of a joint Israeli-Jordanian project launched in 2002, to use barn owls as biological pesticides.  Picture: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Barn owl chicks sit in a box in Israel’s Beit Shean Valley, near the border with Jordan. The chicks are the product of a joint Israeli-Jordanian project launched in 2002, to use barn owls as biological pesticides.  Picture: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

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