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Amazing footage of Eagle vs Drone

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You are not alone in fearing the rise of robotic overlords - mother nature appears to have her own concerns.

The Melbourne Aerial Video group has just uploaded this graceful, dramatic footage, illustrating what happens when a Wedge-Tailed Eagle takes exception to a drone buzzing into her domain.

The drone owner reports that the eagle "was fine" - which can't be said for his own quadcopter. 

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