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    White-Tailed Sea Eagle Swoops Down, Snags a Bite to Eat

    White-Tailed Sea Eagle Swoops Down, Snags a Bite to Eat

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    Now that’s fast food!

    A vigilant white-tailed sea eagle's eye came in handy Wednesday as an angler in Lofoten, Norway, felt a little generous with his day's catch.

    The slo-mo clip reveals the eagle's remarkable reflexes as it identifies the object as food and extends its talons to capture the airborne snack.

    The best part? No moist claws! 


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