Common scops owl
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The vernacular name common scops owl may refer to either of three species in the scops-owl genus Otus. They were formerly considered conspecific and are allopatric, meaning that only one species is found in any given place.
- In Europe and western Asia, the Eurasian scops owl (Otus scops)
- In southern Asia, the Oriental scops owl (Otus sunia)
- In Africa, the African scops owl (Otus senegalensis)
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