You never know what you're going to catch on a hunting/ranching camera trap. Many people use them to find out what kind of animals are visiting their land and hunting terrain. This camera was set up in the Russian far East to track the endangered Siberian (Amur) Tigers. It caught something else that is totally shocking.

These three shots are all taken in the span of about two seconds. The photos show a Golden Eagle attacking a deer. You can clearly see the eagle clinging to the back of the deer. There aren't many reports of eagles attacking such a large animal, but there was even a report of an eagle attacking a bear cub.

There isn't much more you can say about the story that the photos don't say much better.

Courtesy Zoological Society of London and Wildlife Conservation Society

Here you can see the eagle beginning to take the deer down to the ground.

Courtesy Zoological Society of London and Wildlife Conservation Society

And the final photo shows them both on the ground. Remember, this all happened in just two seconds.

Courtesy Zoological Society of London and Wildlife Conservation Society