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These newborn baby eagles live in a nest on property belonging to aluminum company Alcoa, and nobody has ever accused an industry giant of not knowing how to brand and publicize things. In this case, though, it works out well for us, because Alcoa has set up a live cam in the eaglets’ nest, and you can watch them as they grow.

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These little guys only hatched a few days ago, and they don’t even have names yet. Alcoa is going to set up a naming contest, but don’t bother entering if you’re not prepared to be patriotic: previous nestlings have been named Liberty, Justice, Freedom, Faith, Hope, and Spirit. We’re proposing Jingo and Frack.

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