Sea Eagle behaviour - pigs might fly, turtles do!

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Subject: Sea Eagle behaviour - pigs might fly, turtles do!
From: Stephen Brooking <>
Date: Mon, 30 Sep 2013 22:59:38 +1000
On several occasions at a particular lagoon at Tatham, near Casino, NSW, I have 
observed WB Sea Eagles teaching their newly fledged young how to drop and crack 
turtles. Apart from the state on the turtles who get dropped over and over for 
the demo, it's awesome to watch these great birds in action. Never seen a 
piglet (yet!), but it's totally plausible.

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