Something cool happened today, after setting up his camera on the banks of the Kimberley’s Margaret River in Australia, the park ranger Roneil Skeen shortly found that an eagle stole the camera that was first meant to catch photos of crocodiles in their natural habitat.

What makes this cool is that as the eagle snatched the camera whilst it was still recording, meaning that the camera got the chance to instead shoot images of the eagle flying through the country’s remote landscape and then taking a quick poke at the camera shortly after.

The camera was then found a few days later, when the park ranger returned to the spot where the camera was took, uploading the captured footage to YouTube in a moment of greatness.

Check out the video below:

Via: The Verge

Source: ABC Kimberley

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