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Minnesota Moment: An eagle's massive dinner

Updated: August 16, 2019 03:50 PM

Nature never ceases to amaze.

A bald eagle was seen swimming across the St. Croix River Thursday night. Dan Goff, who captured the video, initially thought the eagle was injured.

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But he was wrong. 

"We do see a lot of eagles down there but this one we caught in the act and he was after a serious game fish," Goff told KSTP.

The eagle swam to shore with a musky stuck on its talons. The fish was big enough to make anglers jealous.

Watch the video box above for the full story.

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