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TO GO WITH STORY BY ROLAND LLOYD PARRY – A “Little owl”, or Athene Noctua receives acupuncture treatment at Brinzal, an owl-rescue charity based in a park in the west of Madrid, on November 25, 2014. Two months ago this 25-centimetre (10-inch) bird, hurt his back when he flew by mistake into a stovepipe at a factory in eastern Madrid. About 1,200 birds are brought to the centre each year, of which about 70 percent recover and can be returned to the wild, says Brinzal’s co-ordinator, Patricia Orejas. AFP PHOTO/ GERARD JULIENGERARD JULIEN/AFP/Getty Images

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