Have you ever heard of a Tawny Frogmouth? No? Neither had we, until we came across the set of images you’re about to see below! An Australian bird, the Tawny Frogmouth is often mistaken for an owl, and we can certainly see why. With their over sized beaks and downy feathers, they look like cute, little chicks their entire lives. The birds are a hugely useful form of of pest control, eliminating mosquitoes and many other pesky insects Australians consider as vermin. Not only this but they can also eat small mammals, reptiles and frogs! Take a look!