In this, the first (and last) installment in our Motivational Metaphor Monday Series, nature, red in beak and talon, descends upon a sika deer in the form of an exceptionally ambitious golden eagle. Daunted by the work week ahead? Look to this eagle for guidance.
Fun Formidable fact about golden eagles: it is estimated that the talons of these birds can exert up to 750 pounds per square inch (5.2 MPa) of pressure when clasping at prey. That's about 15-times the pressure exerted by the grip of the average human hand. That fact alone is enough to make the above video — which…
Alfred Hitchcock was right about the evils of birds, and now at least one flying raptor has decided to arm itself. This golden eagle stole a knife from a nature photographer, and nearly made off with its newfound weapon.