Watch an eagle in this video spot the drone, launch from its aerie and mercilessly take it out
MELBOURNE, Australia—There continues to be a lot of controversy over when and where people can fly small, unmanned aerial vehicles. But where regulators have failed to control the technology we commonly called drones, a wedge-tailed eagle in Australia has taken matters into its own talons.
The wedge-tail, which according to Wikipedia is the largest bird of prey in Australia has a 2.27-metre wingspan and is about 1.06-metres long.
Watch the eagle in this video spot the drone, launch from its aerie and mercilessly take it out. for such a large bird, it moves fast: