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Eagle Snatches Motion Sensor Camera and Takes Off [VIDEO]

So, yeah, I know that “selfie” has been deemed the word of the year by certain sources. Myself? I’ve always been partial to “trajectory,” but I wasn’t asked…and I’m digressing. (Another good one.) No, I’m here to talk selfies in terms of winged creatures.

Now, I don’t know what the West Australian Kimberley is, and I don’t need to. But apparently some rangers lost a motion-sensor camera in that region near a crocodile meat trap. (Sounds ominous, doesn’t it?)

Well, the camera has been discovered after an eagle found it, picked it up, flew off with it, then got a pretty good selfie out of it.

No word yet on whether the bird uploaded the video to YouTube from the outback or if he had help.

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