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Reply: Tue Apr 26 2016 17:34:49 GMT-0400 (EDT)
Reply To: Cannibalism by a Barred Owl
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Although the circumstances of this observation remain unresolved, it does demonstrate clearly that Barred Owls are opportunistic foragers that, given the opportunity, will consume conspecifics.
I would suggest a rewrite of this ultimate sentence to reduce comma use.
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