The Great Horn Owl is the top nocturnal predator. It is capable of turning there head 360. It has sharp talons to pin down its prey and a sharp beak to tear into the fur or feathers of there prey. It has large eyes which is the reason for being nocturnal. It is a silent predator, its wings seem to not make sound everytime it flaps its wings. The biggest tip in finding this predator is finding a place where all the birds and animals are silent. That is because just the presence of this animal can make all animals nervious. Great horn owls do not have to open there beak to communicate.