An eagle family has adopted a baby red-tailed hawk in British Columbia, but scientists are not sure how much longer these natural enemies can live in harmony. Lynda Robson/Hancock Wildlife Foundation hide caption

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A still image from the American Eagle Foundation shows the eaglet from egg #1, and egg #2 — with the pip, or developing hole in the shell — just beginning to be visible on Saturday. American Eagle Foundation hide caption

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Caught red-beaked: This eagle grabbed a small wildlife camera in western Australia, flew away with it and then pecked away at the lens. ABC Kimberley hide caption

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Back together. The female, left, taught her mate how to get up to the perch. Wendi Pencille/Bless the Beasts Foundation hide caption

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Eagle Love Story: Injured Mates Reunited At Rehab Center

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