If you’ve ever wanted to see what Paris looks like from the back of a bird (and really, who hasn’t?) then this is clearly the video for you. It will give you a (literal) bird’s eye view of the city.
Watch as Victor, a white tailed eagle, takes off from the summit of the Eiffel Tower. He then glides before plunging down at 110 mph (180 km/h) to the Trocadero, onto the hand of one of his handlers.
The whole POV (point of view) footage was captured on a Sony Action Cam Mini attached to the eagle’s back.
Now I know what the Hobbits felt like at the end of The Lord of the Rings. Amazing!