Wing Wars Cameras On Live Falcons Reveal Aerial ‘Dogfight’added Sat Jan 18 11:00:05 2014 ago by Tubezzz in: Animal Instinct | views: 4

Scientists have strapped tiny video cameras to the heads and backs of falcons to learn how the birds hunt their prey. Footage from the on-bird cameras revealed the strategy the predators used in flight as they chased down crows and closed in for the kill. Rather than head straight for their target, the falcons kept their quarry in a fixed position to one side, allowing them to close in on the prey in the stealthiest way possible.

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