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πŸ“½ by @sassephoto

Juvenile bald eagles practice hunting an injured gull.

Young eagles develop their hunting skills on their own, but spend a lot of time watching their parents and mimicing what they do.

The actual skills involved are learned by trial and error, but the drive to actually go out and kill something is built-in.

This is proven by looking at eagles raised by humans and released into the wild.

Their skills aren’t anywhere near as good as fledglings with parents there to show them the ropes, but by trial and error the human-raised eagles eventually reach a level of proficiency without any parental guidance.

Lets pour one out for the prey animals getting practiced on.



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