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Haifisch M3 wrote:
the eagle is struggling once on shore
Since when does the flapping of wet wings prove there is any struggle You can't even see the prey on land, so you are just making an assumption. Eagles are not the best walkers on dry land, so when soaking wet and in shallow water with reeds and prey in their talons, they would have to flap their wings for both balance and to shed water.
you can't see the prey once it is on shore so i don't know where you get the motionless bit from
You just said you can't see the prey once it is on shore, yet you claim there is a struggle.
Every shot of the prey on the lake shows that it is motionless. I don't know of any waterfowl or animal swimming on a lake that does not dive or move to avoid an eagle attack, unless it is seriously injured or dead.