GrindTV – There was a crash landing Sunday at the Duluth International Airport, but it didn’t involve airplanes. Rather, it was two bald eagles, which were fighting in midair when they locked talons. In a rare spectacle of nature, they were unable to disengage in time before crashing to the runway.
“Apparently, mature eagles will sometimes fight over territories,” Randy Hanzal, a Minnesota conservation officer, told GrindTV in an email. “They will do battle in the air, crashing into each other and grabbing an intruding eagle with their talons.
This is exactly why the golden eagle is clearly superior to the bald eagle. Never gets caught in a situation like this where they have to rely on humans for help and treatment. Screw that. We fight our own fights and heal ourselves. The golden eagle will always be the dominant bird.
Where my Geaglez at?? #LivingtheGoldLife