"The owl sees Neptunus."
Translation:Bubo Neptunum videt.
But, is "noctula" classical Latin as the course is supposed to be?
It's the modern Latin name of the Athena/Minerva's owl "Athene noctua" (the little owl), the science name, but not the classical name.
The noctula is also a bat (Nyctalus noctula) (the common noctule), and several species of butterflies. If we consider "noctula" alone, it's rather the bat in our modern language, not the owl, and in classical Latin, it was not "noctula" but "bubo", like in "Bubo Minervae", so they shouldn't accept "noctula" in this course.