Sea eagle steals camera from park rangers, takes ‘selfie’

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After park rangers in Australia tried to take a closer look at crocodiles, an eagle decided to steal the show, literally.

Park rangers placed a camera near a river in May to capture close up photos of crocodiles.

However, the camera disappeared.

Rangers recently found the device and discovered that it had been stolen by a sticky-taloned sea eagle.

The bird flew 68 miles before setting the camera down and taking a "selfie."

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