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CITES: Appendix II »
Height: Up to 27 inches.
Length: 20-27 inches (wingspan of 4.5-5.5 feet).
Weight: 40-70 ounces; males smaller than females.
Lifespan: The oldest snowy owl living in the wild was recorded to be 9 years and 5 months. A captive snowy owl lived for at least 28 years.
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