Necking: Plucked but unharmed

From Improbably Research:

The falcon is plucking its unfortunate prey – a common gull (Larus canus) – taking care of the neck first. Then a buzzard (Buteo buteo) shows up and chases-off the falcon, who leaves its prey behind. What follows is the remarkable revival of the gull. The brave bird gets up, stands fiercely on its feet and looks unharmed, … except for some missing feathers.