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Two lads rescued a massive eagle and took the greatest selfie

Bow down, the selfie of 2015.

BROTHERS NEIL AND Michael Fletcher were hunting grouse in Ontario when they spotted an eagle in the woods.


According to CBC, the pair moved in to get a closer look and found the eagle struggling with its talon caught in a trap.

It was relieving to see that it was still alive. I knew we had to do something right away.

They draped a jumper over its head to keep it calm and they began trying to free the bird of prey.

Once they got the eagle out, Neil obviously suggested a selfie.

12274514_10153767094985948_8246360514611169966_n Source: Michael Fletcher

The most epic of animal selfies resulted. Michael told the Sudbury Star that the bird was basically majestic.

I was surprised by the size, and that it’s such a beautiful bird. When you see the eyes up close, they’re really amazing.

The eagle was then set free, safe in the knowledge that they got its good side. Lads.

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