The Express headline read 'Terror in the skies as eagle snatches tot':
Although the article admitted a 'fierce online debate was raging' about whether it was a hoax, the paper calls it a 'terrifying incident' in the third sentence.
The Sun's headline was 'Child's prey':
Like the Express, it reports on the fact that 'some' had 'questioned whether the incident...was real or a CGI fake.' But at the top of the story, the Sun says:
Dad's horror as golden eagle swoops on his toddler son in park and tries to carry him away
The Star went with 'The eagle has landed a tot!':
It does include the truth that 'the clip turned out to be a...computer-generated fake' but this appears to be a late addition, as the rest of the story is written as if it is genuine - including, on the right of the page:
'What do you think? Check out the video at www.dailystar.co.uk'
(Pictures from Jonathan Haynes, posted on Twitter)