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Extraordinary Selfie Shows The Moment After Two Brothers Rescued A Trapped Eagle

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Extraordinary Selfie Shows The Moment After Two Brothers Rescued A Trapped Eagle

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This extraordinary selfie shows the moment after two brothers battled to free a trapped eagle in Canada.

Neil and Michael Fletcher, from Sudbury in Ontario, Canada, discovered the trapped bird while they were out hunting grouse.

Shortly after the brothers prised the bird free, they took this epic selfie with the cooperative, but shocked-looking, bird.

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The wildlife enthusiasts told Buzzfeed Canada that they were out hunting when they first noticed one of the bird’s talons was caught.

Michael Fletcher described the animal as pretty calm, saying it was probably exhausted from trying to break free.

He set up a cell phone to record their rescue and later posted it to Facebook.

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