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A South African falconer in Dubai's desert is shaking up the ancient sport of falconry, marrying one of Arabia's most cherished customs with the cutting edge world of drones and tiny cameras.But tour operator and trainer Peter Bergh has honed his skills for more than a decade, winning the trust of Dubai's falconing elite.Teaming up with creators of the rising sport of drone racing, Bergh tinkers with aerodynamic bullet-shaped cameras and superfast aircraft to give guests attending his tours a futuristic view into the primal experience of being devoured.
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