Did you know that eagles are a symbol of freedom? Well, it’s mainly because they have no limits to how far they can fly or even what animals they can hunt. It’s hard to believe but, eagles have been captured attacking animals that are twice their size. Equipped with exceptional eyesight, coupled with a beak that could cause serious damage and sharp talons with a grip that is 10 times stronger than that of a human, it is safe to say the eagles have what it takes to take down just about any animal.
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Did you know that eagles are a symbol of freedom well it's mainly because they have no limits to how far they can fly or even when animals they can hunt it's hard to believe but eagles have been captured attacking animals that are twice their size equipped with exceptional eyesight coupled with a beak that could cause serious damage and.
Sharp talons with a grip that is 10 times stronger than that of a human it is safe to say the eagles have what it takes to take down just about any animal welcome back to another episode of forever green today we are going to show you 20 most amazing eagle attacks ever caught on camera number 20 warthog.
Warthogs are just famous wild pigs and as such they're not immune to all manner of predators the eagle is not an exception this warthog family was busy feeding when suddenly an eagle swooped down to attack them when faced with the slightest confrontation fort hogs would rather run.
Than fight back yes they won't use their long tusks unless their feet can't carry them to safety so they did just that they ran look at them go unfortunately for the baby warthog it wasn't fast enough to outrun the eagle it was pinned to the ground and dragged with one foot the onlookers must have.
Gone through a roller coaster of emotions i know i would number 19 wolf the next animal to be taught a painful lesson on not walking alone is this wolf wolves are known to walk in packs and find strength in their unity we can't tell why this particular one is by.
Itself the lone wolf was walking through the snow when it sensed something unusual out of curiosity it took a few glances before it realized that the eagle was onto him it immediately took off at a neck-breaking speed but the eagle had.
Calculated its move quite accurately it matched up to the wolf's speed and attacked it the wolf's growl and teeth were not enough to scare away the eagle the eagle quickly took down the wolf and was immediately joined by another eagle perhaps to offer backup or join the feast.
Number 18 fox one of the worst mistakes that any animal can do is to wander off alone this fluffy fox is about to know why it was clearly minding its business and trying to match its steps to that of the trail left behind on the snow the ever watching eagle was also busy.
Setting its eyes on this easy target it wasn't going to waste any time the lonely fox noticed that it had been marked as the target it was left with no choice but to abandon its lazy walk and run for its life just when the fox was picking up the pace the eagle attacked it from the front and pinned it down.
The fox attempted to bite the eagle but its effort went down the drain as the eagle squeezed the life out of it 17 shark in this video a large bald eagle slowly walked up to a shark that was stranded in the shallow waters the eagle looked rather concerned that.
The shark was just lying there the right thing to do at this point is to pull the shark towards the deeper water so this eagle was off to a good start as a check to see if the poor shark was still alive a minute later it was joined by another bald eagle these eagles look very.
Similar and may have changed positions i bet it's the second eagle that started feeding on the shark the first one to arrive must be the one looking away what do you think let us know in the comments below number 16 monkey this harpy eagle is about to fill its.
Empty stomach look at it move its head in anticipation the target here was the monkeys that were busy feeding across it it took off almost immediately headed straight to the target the troop of monkeys were just as keen and when they noticed the eagle was coming their way they started swinging.
From tree to tree this was no trouble for the eagle as it can keep its eyes on two prey at the same time so who's gonna be well for a moment there you might think that the eagle had missed the monkey by a whisker but it didn't the eagle grabbed the monkey and went ahead to.
Slam it on the tree branch this eagle must have been starving it didn't waste any time digging into the monkey number 15 deer deer meat seems to be a favorite to most carnivorous animals there's something about it that predators can't resist this eagle was comfortably resting atop.
A rock perhaps salivating on its soon-to-be meal it only took it a few minutes to strategize before it swooped down ready to attack the group of deer it was by no means intimidated by the size of the deer but the group of deer on the other hand were aware of the danger that was fast.
Approaching them and they immediately ran for their lives literally you'd think that the eagle would land on the slowest deer but no this eagle was moving so fast that it went past the slowest deer and landed on the second last grabbing it by its hind leg.
The deer made several futile attempts to free itself from the eagle's powerful talons the eagle managed to pin it by the neck and at this point the deer is a done deal oh dear pun intended number 14 flamingo this large group of flamingos were just gracefully enjoying the cool waters as.
They normally would the calm in these waters must have taught them to know when trouble is headed their way in this case a giant bald eagle immediately the eagles started to swoop down the flamingos try to scatter to safety there's not much they can do as there.
Was barely any space between them the eagle was pretty confident in its hunting skill and this great number of flamingos just gave it a surety that it wouldn't miss a meal it could have picked a flamingo from any spot but it landed on one that had secluded itself from the group without any hustle the flamingo's attempt to save itself.
Worked against it there were other eagles at the scene so this may have not been the last flamingo to go down that day number 13 rabbit rabbits are one of the most adorable creatures and we wouldn't want them to be on this list but we must face reality the wild is not the coziest place to be.
Survival is only granted to the fittest camouflage goes a long way but the white fur coat of this rabbit is not doing it any good it made it a clear target for the eagle which immediately launched its attack on this poor rabbit aware of the looming danger the rabbit took to its feet when the eagles started.
Flying the rabbits started running the rabbit's companion who was a few ahead was not going to take any chances the speed at which they took off is evident in the dust that is being lifted off the ground unfortunate for this rabbit it wasn't able to outrun the eagle which didn't hesitate to kill it.
Number 12 seagull for a bird that can see things that are 1.9 miles away i'm pretty sure it doesn't have a hard time spotting seagulls after all their bright colored feathers are quick to give them away one minute they are flying with the help of their wings and the next minute they.
Are airlifted by the eagles talons everything in the eagle's world happens so fast we are not shown what happened next but you can go ahead and make a wild guess and let us know in the comment section below before we move on here's a quick challenge for you if you can leave a.
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Safe from these birds of prey but sadly they're not i know it's every dog owner's worst nightmare it is said that sometimes eagles attack dogs just to tease them but other times things end pretty badly in which case if the talons don't do the job the hooked beak will finish where the talons.
Started i'm pretty sure you don't want to wait to find out whether the eagle is playing or hunting and now let's jog our minds a little bit it's riddle time i am smart and have eyes that are keen my image is kept in pockets with care but you could find me in the air what am i.
Do you think you have the answer to our riddle of the day be the first to leave your answer in the comments section number 10 bear yes you heard that right a bear a grizzly bear for that matter this eagle must have some nerve to go attack such a huge creature.
But wait size doesn't intimidate eagles but i just can't bring myself to understand how this eagle had planned to take down this bear that was just minding its business clearly it was caught by surprise a slap on the head out of nowhere look at how clueless it was about what had just happened.
The eagle seems to quickly realize that it had picked an impossible target i highly doubt if it went back for a second attack number nine crocodile prepare yourself to see nature's cruel sight in action this mother crocodile covered her eggs to keep them warm and safe.
The eagle appeared quite relaxed you wouldn't even know it had an agenda in mind a few months later the eggs began to hatch and little crocodiles popped out mother crocodile even helped them get to the water to boost their chance of survival but the nature drone aka eagle was quite.
Alert while crocodiles are the kings of sneak attacks eagles seemed to be giving them a run for their money barely minutes old the eagle quickly picked one of the baby crocodiles before they could all get to the water on its way the mother crocodile tried to save her baby from the ruthless eagle.
But its jump was not high enough that must have been one devastated mother number eight lion the lion may be the king of the jungle but the eagle has no respect for titles after all it is the king of the sky an eagle wastes no time when it comes to attacking but this eagle gets points for patience they perched on a tree branch.
Watching this group of lioness in their cubs obviously waiting for the opportune time to carry a cub with it the rain came and went but this eagle was still there silently watching once the lionesses were on one side and the cubs on the other the eagle felt it was time to attack the cubs but from the.
Ground quite an unusual move as eagles operate on a pick and go basis no landing this eagle decided to creep up on the cubs low and slow but the cubs eventually noticed so as it got closer to the cubs the cubs did what they do best be playful and curious.
They thought the eagle was there to play but when it started to take defense the cubs knew they were up against something else they seemed to have learned about team hunting early enough as each cub took turns and attacking the eagle lucky for them the eagle was weak and could barely defend itself.
A lioness intervened at some point but these little cubs got themselves a snack number 7 mountain goat mountain goats like eagles are not afraid of heights in fact this trait keeps them safe from predators they may be safe from other predators but they are at an arm's reach for.
Eagles and that's not a good thing these mountain goats seem to know that as soon as the eagle took off the wise ones started running down the rocks to save themselves a not so smart mountain goat was still standing there and tried to flee a little too late and was about to pay for it dearly.
The eagle grabbed it by the horns and dragged it from the rocks while eagles fly with a two kilogram load on its feet this particular one was strong enough to carry way much more than that what's more interesting is that it didn't seem to be uncomfortable at all.
It flew with it for a short while before finally dropping the mountain goat from a couple of meters above the ground that was a long way down so gravity took over and the eagle found its meal dead and ready if you think this is amazing the number one will leave you in disbelief number six snake.
it's hard to tell what animals can scare the hell out of an eagle because a venom spitting snake certainly isn't one of them this eagle is quite aware that snakes can be sneaky and unpredictable hence a not so easy target the eagle landed just to make sure that.
The snake didn't get away or harm it the snake was not about to go down without a fight and it immediately took defense by spitting venom towards the eagle the eagle didn't look moved at all the most it did was take a step back since it had already made its mind up the eagle went ahead and attacked the.
Snake squeezing every little bit of life out of it the snake's got the hawk by the foot number five kangaroo this poor marsupial had its piece unceremoniously disrupted by an eagle that had launched an aerial attack on it for an animal that can serve one of the.
Most powerful kicks in the world this problem would have been solved the only issue was that the problem in question was flying and has a pretty great eyesight and instinct the kangaroo would have also wanted to run but the fence wasn't giving it much space to get away the good news is that the kangaroo had a.
Few tricks up its sleeves it dodged the eagle constantly going to the opposite direction of the eagle and threw a few kicks here and there the eagle had no choice but to abandon its mission number 4 sloth in all honesty this has got to be one of.
The most unfair fights hear me out we are talking about a well-seasoned hunter versus the world's slowest animal yes sloths take a whole minute to cover a 30 centimeter distance you'll mostly find these sleeping beauties hanging upside down from a tree branch or clutching on a tree trunk like.
This sloth here from the time the eagle had swooped down to time of capture the sloth had barely moved you can see that it was really trying to move fast but it can't lift its whole body on one limb fast enough poor creature didn't have the chance to defend itself and just like that it's.
Gone never to be seen again number three raccoons raccoons are endowed with proficient little hands that can break into almost anything it is a no wonder that they have turned into sneaky little thieves their dexterous hands are all they need to keep their mouths fed.
On the other hand eagles are very territorial and especially with their nest they're not to attack anything that comes anywhere close to it this raccoon didn't get the memo it made an effort of climbing 80 feet up this tree it wasn't climbing all the way up there for nothing it was on a mission a.
Mission to steal eggs from the eagle's nest once it got there mother eagle immediately began to attack it but this raccoon was quite adamant and really wanted those eggs but after a few slaps from those 1 meter wings it had to retreat otherwise it would have had it worse.
The male eagle also enforced security just to make sure the raccoon wouldn't come up to the nest again number 2 octopus a group of fishermen were treated to a mind-blowing sight of an eagle clutched between the tentacles of an octopus you and i both know who went looking for trouble were it not for the help of the.
Fishermen this eagle would have had its last breath it just flew to a steep rock and stood there perhaps recounting its actions and regretting why it targeted the octopus it is now time for the subscriber's pick of the day today's photo was sent to us by a subscriber wondering if an eagle does have the audacity to dare attack a.
Leopard have you come across any mysterious photo online that you want us to look into just send it over and we may even feature it in a future video now we looked into this photo and we are excited to reveal to you that there is indeed an eagle that is brave enough to attack a leopard after all to dare is to do.
And this brings us to number one leopard no animal is safe in the eyes of an eagle but the leopard is just as ruthless as the eagle and most especially when her cubs are involved no mother is willing to show mercy to their child's worst nightmare this leopard is about to do just that it had left its cubs in search of food and.
Before it was even completely out of sight the eagle thought it was the right time to attack the cubs unfortunately for it this mother leopard was very keen her motherly instincts kicked in and in a blink of an eye the leopard had already jumped from one tree to another and onto the eagle's neck.
The good news is that our cute cubs didn't have to stay for long without food that eagle kept them busy as their mother looked for a better meal and that's it for today which of these eagle attacks threw you off your seat do let us know in the comments section below if you enjoyed this video be sure to check out 20 most advanced technology.
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