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Golden Eagles can be up to three

posted by Jason Kottke   Apr 23, 2008

Golden Eagles can be up to three feet long with a wingspan of over 7 feet. Here’s a video of a Golden Eagle hunting for food, a process that involves throwing live goats off of cliffs and then scavenging the carcass. If you’re at all sensitive about seeing animals die, you really shouldn’t watch this. For everyone else, the only way this could be more fascinating is if David Attenborough were narrating. (via waxy)