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The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl but it was offensive tackle Russell Okung who won ALL of the lolz last night!
It was during an interview with teammate Richard Sherman that Okung and a REAL seahawk stole the spotlight away from the outspoken cornerback on the other end of the field!
Cameras caught Okung’s excitement to be holding the bird of prey right on his arm! Winning a Super Bowl is one thing but holding an actual seahawk?! That deserves a picture!
Russell can then be heard yelling:
We've got a handsome hawk-eye view of the Duke of Cambridge!
The large agricultural show gave Wills the opportunity to say goodbye, seeing as his service with the Royal Air Force search-and-rescue tour was coming to an end, while also spending time with some horses and birds, including a very handsome hawk that he came very close with (above)!
During his speech, William also spoke about Kate and their new bundle of joy, and even spoke a bit of Welsh, saying:
Awww…this is both so sad and so sweet…
Jessie's Girl singer Rick Springfield revealed that his latest tattoo has a bit more meaning than other tats.
Springfield tatted a hawk on his shoulder after he found one stuck in his chimney. He believes the bird of prey was his late pit bull/Great Dane mix, Ronnie's, spirit.
Look at Zac Efron! Tempting ladies, us, and now hawks!
Zefron and his buddy Rich, a red-tailed hawk, enjoyed a photo shoot for BlackBook magazine, and thanks to the Wildlife Learning Center, Zac has a new best friend…
Still, that hawk will have to go through us first!!!
Watch (above) as Zac ruffles this bird's feathers…in a good way!
Who would bird-nap a beautiful creature like Rufus?!?!
The beloved Wimbledon harrier hawk was reported missing late last week, but now Rufus is back home without a scratch on him.
Sad. No one likes losing a pet…
Former model and reality star Shanna Moakler is suffering a heartbreaking loss after a hawk attacked her two dogs.
One dog may be losing an eye and