After a class-room lecture, I was surprised by my host-professor, who said, “I am driving you to an interesting place in a mountain.” He did not say much, until we got near to a man, who happens to be an eagle-trainer. We saw him just let go of his eagle.
Then, I saw the eagle chasing a fox running for its life, and it is no match for the eagle; it finally succumbed to the agility of its prey.
What a sight! After that, my colleague suggested that I take a photo with the same eagle and I could not keep the eagle too long in my hand, since it weighed at least sixty pounds.
Jay Nathan – Fulbright to Mongolia 2008