According to a report by New York Post, the incident passed off at a South Carolina seashore the place a chook firmly held an enormous fish in its claws and was flying.

We have usually seen birds just like the kingfisher choosing small fish from water our bodies and flying away. Now, a video is creating buzz on social media the place a chook of prey is seen clutching a shark-like fish in its talons because it flies away.

According to a report by New York Post, the incident passed off at a South Carolina seashore the place a chook firmly held an enormous fish in its claws and was flying.

The video was captured by Facebook user Kelly Burbage who shared it on her social media web page together with the caption, “Eagle? Condor? Caught a shark in Myrtle Beach!” The clip has obtained greater than 2,500 lakh shares.

The video was additionally re-posted on Twitter on ‘Tracking Sharks’ web page. The web page requested folks to assist establish the chook in addition to the fish that it’s holding in its claws. “Anyone know what type of bird this is and is it holding a shark?” a tweet said.

Various Twitter customers took to the remark part to put up their reactions to the video with many calling the chook both vulture of an Osprey.

A user wrote, “Definitely an Osprey – it takes a lot of power to lift up some of the large fish out of the water the way they do – amazing birds.”

The New York Post report talked about birdwatcher Davis Barrett saying that the killer chook was almost definitely an osprey.

A Daily Mail report mentioned {that a} Chief meteorologist with native media outlet WPDE shared White’s footage to his Facebook web page. He argued the chook was an osprey which had caught a ‘giant Spanish mackerel’.

The report mentions that in line with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, ospreys are recognized regionally as fish hawks or fish eagles.

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