What the sea eagle can teach us about risk

White tailed sea eagles rest in their enclosure at the AWAP Wildlife Sanctuary in Zapresic May 3, 2012. The sanctuary, which is near Zagreb, has been struggling for a decade to get by with meager government funding. All its workers are unpaid volunteers, who nurse wounded animals back to health. Picture taken May 3, 2012.  REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY) - GM1E8541DHB01

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