These Eagles Are Trained To Hunt Down Drones And The Way They Do It Is Killer!

These Eagles Are Trained To Hunt Down Drones And The Way They Do It Is Killer!
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Drones are here to stay, and we have accepted that. Nowadays, drones are getting more and more affordable, easily available, and capable. This is why there is always a potential threat of these drones being used by criminals or terrorists with bad intentions. These bad drones are the real pain for authorities to take them down immediately when they are found hovering above the government property or restricted military areas.

Well, this company 'Guard From Above' came up with an innovative solution to this issue. They are training eagles to hunt these hostile drones down without even harming the drones. So, let's check out how do these eagles hunt drones?

Also, watch the video at the end to see it for yourself.

This company is situated out of Netherlands, and their mission is to use birds of prey to intercept hostile drones.

This company is situated out of Netherlands, and their mission is to use birds of prey to intercept hostile drones.

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They have tag line, "A Low-tech solution for a High-tech problem."

They have tag line,
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Dutch National Police is currently partnering with his company to use these eagles to intercept drones.

Dutch National Police is currently partnering with his company to use these eagles to intercept drones.
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Not just Dutch, even London and Tokyo Police are looking for a partnership with 'Guards From Above.'

Not just Dutch, even London and Tokyo Police are looking for a partnership with 'Guards From Above.'
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Well, the question that arises is, wouldn't the blades of drones could hurt the Eagles?

Well, the question that arises is, wouldn't the blades of drones could hurt the Eagles?
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Though there aren't any case of eagle getting hurt by the blades of drone so far. But it does depend upon the quality of material used in making the blades.

Though there aren't any case of eagle getting hurt by the blades of drone so far. But it does depend upon the quality of material used in making the blades.
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Also, eagles have very fine eyesight, and they can actually see the rotors. They whack the drone right at the center so they won't get hurt. 

Also, eagles have very fine eyesight, and they can actually see the rotors. They whack the drone right at the center so they won't get hurt. 
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Here, watch how an Eagle's hunt down a drone.