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How does an eagle fly? | Deadly 60 | Series 2 | BBC

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Published on Nov 3, 2013

Steve and the Deadly 60 team are at the University of The West of England in Bristol to see just how eagles fly. Steve is in a wind tunnel with Sasha, a tawny eagle. As the wind gets stronger and the bird begins to fly Steve explains how the wings and its different feathers are used by the bird to help it soar, swoop and dive when attacking its prey.

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