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A Bald Eagle took a trip to Canada recently to send a message:
He got his goose.
The Vancouver Island Images Facebook page describes itself as “a place to explore and learn about this beautiful area.”
However, a bald eagle recently turned that beautiful area into a brutal-full arena when it absolutely crushed the spirit of a terrified Canada goose.
On vacation at Spider Lake Springs, Lisa Bell snapped photos of an encounter between a species known to beg for food and a flying death machine that’s the symbol of all that is “‘Murica.”
Noticing the scuffle, Bell grabbed her camera. “There was a whole bunch of noise to begin with,” Bell told CTV News.
Like Hulk Hogan after delivering a leg drop, the eagle went for the pin, holding the long-necked chump down on the ground. If birds could speak English and have an understanding of international monetary trends, that eagle would most assuredly be saying, “Taste the dirt. The U.S. dollar will always be stronger.”
The goose ultimately got away when the eagle adjusted its footing, but the message was sent. Don’t mess with us, Canada!
Speaking as someone who has lived in neighborhood in which these flying Canadian rats have become a nuisance, this is good to see.