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"I was walking along the shore of Lake Tapps, Washington on Monday and noticed a big commotion a little more than 1/4-mile away (as measured later by Google Earth). I saw a bald eagle circling and repeatedly diving on what I thought must be a school of fish. Soon he was joined by another eagle and they began to fight each other for the prey. Territorial eagle fights do happen, but I've never seen one, nor have I seen any good photos.Naturally, I grabbed my camera. The action was so furious and far away that it was hard to see if I was getting any good photos. So I just snapped lots pics and hoped for the best. I didn't quite realize what I was watching, until I got home and looked at the pics on my computer. It turned out I had photographed a three-way life and death struggle between two mature bald eagles fighting over one very frightened duck! The eagles fought each other for several minutes while trying to get that duck! It was like WWIII in the air!