The land bird is a master of water hunting

When fish are found, they will plunge into the water at a collision rate of up to 100 km / h; The prey seems unlikely to have a chance to back off from this lightning attack, however if they avoid the sea-otters, they will continue to use their legs and wings to 'hunt'.

When fish are found, they will plunge into the water at a collision rate of up to 100 km / h; The prey seems unlikely to have a chance to back off from this lightning attack, however if they avoid the sea-otters, they will continue to use their legs and wings to 'hunt'.

In the world of animals, the North Sea buzzard is the typical example of that sentence : 'don't look at the face and catch the line' by hiding behind the confused face, the clumsiness when on shore, this bird is a master of water hunting.

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Adult birds range in length from 81-110cm, weighing 2.2-3.6kg.

The Northern Sea Buzzard is a member of the Crazy Birds family, living in the North Atlantic Ocean and nesting in groups. In appearance, young sea otters are dark brown in the first year and then gradually turn white. According to records, adult birds have a length of about 81-110cm, weighing 2.2-3.6kg.

The most striking feature of the northern sea buzzard is its ability to hunt underwater , which is hard to match. Accordingly, when hunting this bird will often organize the "expedition" into a large herd of thousands of birds, in about 14 hours. During this time, the Northern sea eagles will constantly fly is at an altitude of 10-40 meters above the sea surface; when fish are found, they will plunge into the water at a collision rate of up to 100 km / h; The prey seems unlikely to have a chance to back off from this lightning attack, however if they avoid the sea-otters, they will continue to use their legs and wings to 'hunt'. It is known that with the body structure is perfect for eating under water, the Northern sea buzzard can swim up to 15 meters deep.