This is why cartoon owls always wear glasses!
A woman returned to her Cumbrian home to find this crazy/perfect imprint of an owl on her window.
The hooter had apparently crashed into the window of her home, leaving the bizarre image - complete with eyes, beak and feathers.
Yeah, we wouldn't have believed it either, but experts said the silhouette was left by the bird's "powder down" - a substance protecting growing feathers.
The woman said she could find no sign of the owl, so assumed it had flown off without serious injury.