Goshawk flies through tiny spaces in slo-mo (video)

A neat video from the BBC showing how a goshawk adapts to flying through increasingly smaller holes in a wall.

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5 Responses to “Goshawk flies through tiny spaces in slo-mo (video)”

  1. 2patricius2 says:

    It didn’t seem at all cruel to me. I thought the researcher showed the bird’s remarkable abilities. She’s a real athlete.

  2. Interestingly, from the comments on YouTube, some people thought †he researcher was being “mean” to the bird :)

  3. keirmeister says:

    The slow motion really reveals the perfect beauty and elegance of nature.

  4. Mirror says:

    Fascinating! Had to share this one.

  5. pappyvet says:

    Brilliant !

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