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Wow that's kinda scary. You could be a baby goat minding your own business, and next thing you know, you've been pushed off a cliff by a frickin' eagle. You fall to your death and then you're supper!
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It was actually produced by students as a class project at a new-media training institute in Montreal.
Their assignment: create a viral video and a hoax.
They needn't worry about their mark now. They were promised a 100 per cent score if they received 100,000 page views — and within a few hours, sometime after lunch Wednesday, they had smashed that target 50 times over.
"We had no idea what was coming," said a giddy Normand Archambault, who created the video along with fellow students Loic Mireault, Antoine Seigle and Felix Marquis-Poulin.
"We were all speechless."
Claude Arsenault, a spokesman for the Centre NAD where the trio studies, said the video was done as part of a project in 3D animation and digital design. Both the eagle and the toddler were created in 3D animation and integrated into the film afterward, he said.
The idea of an eagle snatching a baby came up after a brainstorming session. The group had surveyed YouTube to see what people were watching.