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Muhammad Sameer (14) from Karachi, Pakistan, is being dubbed as a “human owl” because of his ability to turn his head a complete 180 degrees to look directly behind him.

Muhammad Sameer, from Karachi, uses his hands to help rotate his head back over his shoulders.

Now the teen is hoping his unbelievable flexibility will land him a part in a Hollywood movie, Daily Mail, UK reported.

The teenager, who trains constantly to keep up his elasticity, said, “I must have been six or seven when I saw an actor in a Hollywood horror movie turning his head to look behind him. I started practising for it and within a few months, I was able to do it.”

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