The Telegraph featured this photo of a white-tailed eagle grabbing a pollock fish from a lake in Lauvsnes in Norway. The photo was snapped by Harry Eggens from Groningen, in the Netherlands.
Eggens was quoted as saying "It is a great sight to see when these majestic birds grab the fish right out of the water. Most of the time they catch them on their first attempt. This eagle flew straight back to the nest when he'd caught the pollock and he probably had to give the lot of it to the wife and kids."