No political content, and not a Borat joke. Just a spectacular pic of a huge Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) chasing a red fox away from a carcass. From Darren Naish's Tetrapod Zoology. He writes:
...big eagles, most notably the Golden eagle Aquila chrysaetos, are able to attack and kill mammals substantially bigger than they are (go here). Wild individuals will attack and kill deer (including reindeer, roe deer and white-tailed deer) and pronghorn, and there are ridiculous, authenticated cases where Golden eagles have killed domestic calves exceeding 100 kg in weight. Trained individuals in Kazakhstan kill wolves.
Magnificent beast (and a great blog!)!