Alaskan eagle attacks drone above icy waters below

Enlarge / Dutch Harbor at Unalaska, Alaska, as seen in 2010. (credit: Tom Doyle)

In Alaska, you don’t mess with nature—lest it mess with you.

Emmett Fitch, an Alaska man who runs a small ISP in Unalaska, Alaska—1,000 miles southwest of Anchorage—told Ars that last month he was out helping a drone videographer visiting from Nevada to shoot a promotional video in the nearby port of Dutch Harbor.

The team flew a drone out over the harbor, Fitch said, “a mile away,” and the pilot was trying to bring it back to shore.

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