For kids and grown ups with boundless curiosity and an interest in ecology-- an actual owl pellet you can disect yourself. Complete with tools and a chart for identifying what the owl had for dinner.
Yeah! This reminds me of school days... Phenomenally gross! But great hands-on science. Dissect this sanitary owl pellet which contains the skeletal remains of an owl meal. Learn about the owl's habitat, place in the food chain, and predatory skills. Made in USA $3
OK, yes this is pretty disgusting. Not to mention expensive since you could probably find your own under a tree pretty close to where you live for free. But it's also pretty fascinating if you're not completely grossed out by it. Owls swallow their food whole. This kit allows you dissect what they don't digest, so yes, it's owl vomit. It comes with a bone chart so you can identify what animals this owl ate before it vomited. Ew. But kinda cool too. But still, EW.