A bald eagle stretches its talons as it sits in a tree in the Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve near Haines, Alaska. REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Dutch police puzzling over how to remove drones that pose a public safety threat are testing a way to get the job done in one fell swoop – with trained eagles.The idea arose because amateur use of drones has boomed and police have begun to worry about unlicensed drones flying into off-limit spaces around airports or above public events such as politician's appearances.Showing off the technique in a video released by police, a four-propeller drone hovers in the middle of a warehouse, colored lights flashing.
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