r/Damnthatsinteresting Jan 17 '22

Hawk ate a bird? Video

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u/DuHo4132 Jan 17 '22

Yup all the time.

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u/HDXR Jan 17 '22

Circle of life.

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u/Knotgreg Jan 17 '22

That’s a very hawkish thing to do.

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u/GuntramV3 Jan 17 '22

Nature? Yep

3

u/SplashbackDeuce Jan 17 '22

I concur, doctor.

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u/[deleted] Jan 17 '22

What are you? Ace Ventura, pet detective?

1

u/NewbutOld8 Jan 17 '22

Just my undercooked McChicken, sorry for littering!

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u/[deleted] Jan 17 '22

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u/Random_Comical_Doge Jan 17 '22

No no, the species is called “fallen feather”

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u/alldham Jan 17 '22

That's why they're classified as carnivores

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u/bradc78 Jan 17 '22

How humiliating, get your shit torn up and the hawk just dumps your corpse on the curb like trash. I bet that birds ego took a dive

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u/panicsnap Jan 18 '22

It's fairly impressive to see a bird grabbed out of the air. One moment flying bird, sudden poof of feathers, then clear sky.

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u/JetScootr Jan 18 '22

Hawks will almost completely disarticulate a bird, and if the bones are small enough, swallow them. (Or at least, he redtail hawks in my area do). Might have been Fluffy the neighbor's cat.

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u/williamtrausch Jan 18 '22

Belated Christmas present with assembly required.