When the eagle is in the water, it is hard to tell what it is.
In the wild, the eagle can’t see you, and it will swoop down and grab your tail and pull you into its mouth.
In this video, a young mountain eagle can be seen swimming around on a waterpark in the North Fork of the Cannon River in Washington state.
A mountain eagle on the Cannon in Washington.
On the left, a male mountain eagle that was in the air during the video is shown feeding off the river.
The eagle is about 8 inches long and weighs about 1,500 pounds.
In a wild state, it would be a sight to see.
But in Washington, it must live in a protected area, and there is no way for the eagle to see you.
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