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This Swimming Bald Eagle is a Threat in Land, Sea or Air

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If you thought eagles were only kings of the sky, you’d be wrong. When we first see this bald eagle, it’s unclear why it’s swimming through the water. Is it because it simply wants to cool off or does it have another motive? As soon as it steps on shore, it becomes clear why it was in the water when the fish clutched in its talon is revealed.

There’s nothing the America bird can’t do and this bald eagle shows us exactly why it’s the national emblem of the United States by proving there’s no task it can’t take head (or foot) on.

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Did you know that eagles can swim?

Posted by RedOrbit.com on Monday, November 7, 2016

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