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In a book by Martin Hollenshead Hawking with
ISBN 0-88839-343-1 Eagles can and do take Wolves,
They do it by sinking one claw into the spine near the tail, and when the
turns, the other claw grasps the muzzle, then great force is exerted
and usually breaks the neck or back, if there is a miss
then the claw grasps the chest and with a kneading action punctures
the heart. A 5 kg eagle can take a wolf 8 x its own weight with
this method .This is also described in a more technical book by
F.W.Remmler. If this is done by an extant predator only the imagination
limits what dinosaurs may have done.
This scenario was observed and logged
Very interesting what.....