|Species:||Long-eared Owl (Asio otus)|
|Family and Relatives:||Jatt (cousin, or brother)|
|Appears in:||The Capture|
|Appears in:||Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole|
|A sublieutenant, warrior, and enforcer for St. Aggie's|
Jutt is a male Long-Eared Owl, or Asio otus, and a sublieutenant, warrior, and enforcer at St. Aegolius Academy for Orphaned Owls. He is the cousin of Jatt, another Long-eared Owl and sublieutenant at St. Aggie's.
Jutt oversaw the debriefing of new owlets at St. Aggie's, along with his cousin, Jatt. The two instruct the young owls how to sleep so that they will be properly moonblinked. It is mentioned that Jutt was not his name originally, but given to him later by St. Aggies in place of a number. When Grimble is helping Soren and Gylfie escape, he gets past Jatt guarding the library by saying that Jutt had challenged Tumak about how the battle claws were being treated. Jatt says that Jutt had had his eye on the position for awhile, and goes to confront him, leaving the library to Grimble.
Later in the story, he confronted the Band along with Jatt and 47-2. They had been searching for Digger, and the cousins are describing the taste of Burrowing Owl to 47-2. They are killed by Streak and Zan.Soren and his brother, Kludd. Unlike the novel, The Capture, Jutt and Jatt were not leaders in St. Aggie's, but two of the many owls who captured young owlets and the ones who oversaw the owlets' moon blinking and also the pelletorium. During the Pure One's fight against the Guardians, Jutt was struck in the face by Twilight's lute, right after Jatt was struck as well.
It is debated as to whether Jutt's feathers were colored to match that of the Pure Ones as Grimble had been, as his coloring is different from that of a normal Long-Eared Owl. In the movie, he and Jatt seem to enjoy acting tough by practicing scary faces at one another, but Jutt means business when it comes to the gathering of flecks. He and his cousin seem to be members of the Pure Ones by choice, not by force.
Behind the Scenes
- Jutt is voiced by Angus Sampson.
- In The Capture, Jatt appears to be jealous of Jutt, but in the movie the two owls are on friendly terms.
- The battle between Jatt, Jutt, and the band was cut from the films, possibly because the violence of the fight would give it a higher rating. This scene from the books was replaced with Jatt and Jutt being implied to have been killed by the Guardians.