Curious Bird Accidentally Takes Flying Footage

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Seems like everyone wants to shoot video these days. Even the birds!

Recently, a young Australian sea eagle took a wildlife camera for a ride and the camera was miraculously recovered with some of the footage intact.

Says ranger Roneil Skeen to Austrialia's ABC, "It was pretty amazing because it’s one of the first camera traps to ever get picked up. They've had camera traps moved [by animals] before, but not taken off, like a flying camera you know?"

Watch the footage below and read more here.

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