It's pretty sad when some pets lead nicer lives than most people on earth.
Redditor lensoo shared an equally bizarre and awesome photo of an airplane cabin on Monday of an absurd number of falcons travelling on an airplane, each with their very own seat.
"My captain friend sent me this photo," the caption reads. "Saudi prince bought ticket for his 80 hawks."
While it's not uncommon to see some odd animals on planes, like an emotional support duck, multiple rows filled with falcons will surely make even a seasoned traveller's head spin.
Though it may be strange to some, seeing falcons on a plane in the Middle East isn't actually all that uncommon.
One Redditor points out that this flight probably isn't Qatar economy class because its policy states that only six falcons are permitted in economy class at a time.
Another Redditor shared this post from four years ago, which shows a very similar situation.
While falconry has been described as a "ancient tradition" for the "privileged few" in areas like Saudi Arabia, it's still unclear why anyone would need this many birds of prey.
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