The Next All State Commercial

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  1. 480sparky

    480sparky Chief Free Electron Relocator Supporting Member

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    There's two eagles involved. One snarfs down the (bait) fish, and the second one picks up the camera.

    If you stop the video at 17 seconds, you can clearly see the first enjoying his free lunch, and the talons of the second one on the right side of the frame.


     
  2. vintagesnaps

    vintagesnaps Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Oh I see, the yellow off to the right. So what's to say the Go Pro wasn't strapped to its leg?? lol Why not set up another/other cameras to record the eagle picking up the Go Pro? I want proof! lol pics or it didn't happen...
     
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    One got a free lunch, and other got a small plastic box. I am sure he was pissed off.
     
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    But he can sell that small plastic box on ebay or Craigslist for a couple hundred bucks easy!
     
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    We have Bald Eagles around us. See them every now and then when out in the yard. If I set out bait though (not even sure that would be legal either), the crows would be on it in no time. When I put trash out by the curb, I have to make sure the lids are on good and tight. Or the crows will make a mess.
     

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