This is a one in a million shot. These photos came from far east Russia where they have been setting up wildlife cameras to monitor engendered Amur Tigers in the Lazoovskii State Nature Preserve. However, the camera caught something even more rare, an eagle attacking a deer.
I've seen a lot of eagles, and I've seen them feed, but I've never seen this. After several attempts to grab this fish and fly away, the eagle finally comes up with plan be. Land on the fish and swim it to shore. It's a great video!
There’s nothing like an eagle entangling itself in your parachute to turn a relaxing paragliding session over the Himalayas into a heart-pounding plunge to the ground. Fortunately for the Russian paraglider in this video, his reserve chute deployed without a hitch.
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