The Striated Caracara isn't known as a Johnny Rook bird for no reason. Also referred to as the Falkland Island's flying devils, these winged troublemakers gave a National Geographic crew more than the ideal footage as they disassembled their tent, stole their food, and even scattered about their toilet paper like a mischievous group of ornery toddlers.
For these birds, the fun doesn't stop with people. Even their new generations are targets for capers, as the adults bombard the young birds to let them know just who is in charge.
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