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Owl Pellet Cleaner
Posted By ekennedy On February 23, 2010 @ 11:11 am In Uncategorized | No Comments
Students around the country use the owl pellet as an educational aid. The owl eats its prey whole, digested its prey and then coughs it up hours later. As a result, it makes for a “wonderful” subject for experimentation. The owl pellet will often have bones and other structures intact. This, of course, means that it is a something of a grammar school student’s dream.
One might be shocked to learn that such a practice does exist. But, on the other hand, the owl pellet does afford students with an interesting learning opportunity. While the job of owl pellet cleaner may seem twisted and a bit insane, it should be pointed out that they are providing a valuable service. The owl pellet cleaner is providing young minds with something pretty cool to study and be, well, freaked out by.
Its difficult to image a strong increase in the desire for owl pellets, but stranger things have happened.
It is important to state that the job of owl pellet cleaner is not one-dimensional. The fact is that an owl pellet cleaner has to both find the owl pellets, yum, and then of course clean them. Because who wants a dirty owl pellet? Finally, the owl pellets are sent out to classrooms around the country. Classrooms around the country? Why, of course, as what would elementary school children be without some of North America’s finest owl pellets?
It is possible to make a living as an owl pellet cleaner, but it is definitely a niche.
If you wish to be an owl pellet cleaner, its time to roll up your sleeves and get elbow deep in owl pellets.
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