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It sounds brutal and horrible and cruel, but it’s actually kind of adorable. In the video, you see a sailfish — perhaps one of the most fascinating creatures of the ocean — chase down fish bait attached to a boat and try to smack the bait silly with its spear-like bill. The sailfish doesn’t succeed but he goes a pretty long time trying to stick his nose everywhere.
If you’ve ever spent time in the far reaches of the US, you’re probably familiar with the deer stand — a uniquely improvised, homemade shelter that gives hunters refuge, warmth, and a clear view. Though they’re designed to be inconspicuous, photographer Jason Vaughn seeks them out, finding and photographing dozens of the structures across rural Wisconsin.
Back in July, everybody chuckled a little over Deer Trail, Colorado’s half-baked plan to issue drone hunting licences and pay a bounty to any sharp shooter who bagged a flying robot. Some took the opportunity pretty seriously though, leading to over a thousand applications and a big headache for city hall.
This is amazing. A duck hunter attached a GoPro HD to his hunting dog and lets us see what it’s like to hunt from a dog’s perspective. We get to see the whole hunting process from a dog’s perspective: the quick reactions, the animal instincts, the ease of swimming, the grab and even the dizzying water shake. Looks fun, but a lot of work too. [The Sugarcoat via Field and Stream]