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Rare eagle attack caught on camera


October 13. 2013 12:12AM


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These photos taken from a remote camera at the Lazovsky State Nature Reserve in the Primorye region of Russia’s Far East on Dec. 8, 2011, show a golden eagle attacking a deer. Remote cameras set up to track Siberian tigers in Russia have caught a golden eagle attack on a sika deer, snapping photos as the massive bird digs its talons into the distressed animals back. Golden eagles typically eat small birds or mammals, but theyve also been known to target deer. Its rare for a camera to catch such an attack in progress.




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