BBC Earth Productions is back with another mesmerising bit of high-speed footage that captures hawks as they're swooping in to attack their prey. Seeing all of the bird's complex feather mechanics in action as it slows mid-air to snatch its target is utterly fascinating, and seeing it extend those terrifying claws will make you happy you're not a tiny rodent caught in its crosshairs. [YouTube via Laughing Squid]
A Hawk Hunting In Slow Motion Will Make You Glad You're Not Its Prey
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