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Harpy Eagle is one of the world's largest & most powerful birds of prey living in the tropical rainforests of Central & South America

Sv Harpyja Harpy Eagle is one of the world's largest & most powerful birds of prey living in the tropical rainforests of Central & South America

The magnificent 'Harpy Eagle' (Harpia harpyja)  Often cited as world's largest extant Eagle, it indeed is one of the largest and most powerful living raptor on Earth. Though it is smaller in length if compared to 'Philippine Eagle' (monkey eating eagle). It is broad and bigger in weight and bulk than any other large eagles. Where other large eagles weigh up to 9 kg (20 lb) maximum, one large captive female, "Jezebel", weighed 12.3 kg (27 lb).

The magnificent 'Harpy Eagle' (Harpia harpyja) Often cited as world's largest extant Eagle, it indeed is one of the largest and most powerful living raptors.

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Armadillo Girdled Lizard re-enacting the moment when Friedrich August Kekule discovered the chemical structure of benzene. All I could think of was Hemlock Grove.

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I love those blue tigers! Second fave is the white tigers. then the liger/tigon, then the golden tiger, then the snow white tiger!

The Magickal and Majestic Beauty of the Harpy Eagle. Harpy eagles are the largest and most powerful eagle in the world. They inhabit the tropical forests of Central and South America, ranging from Southern Mexico to Argentina

Harpy eagles are the largest know raptor, or bird of prey, in existence. This mean that they use their powerful wings and razor-sharp talons to fly, hunt, and kill animals for them to eat.

It's a harpy eagle, native to the Central and South America.

Albinism in different animals. -- Many of these animals are not true albinos (ESPECIALLY not the Piebald Ball Python), but it's still pretty cool--

Given the millions of different shades of color that we see in nature, it’s no wonder that, once in a while, nature might simply run out of paint. Perhaps this is why pure-white animals leave such a strong impression on us. Some of them look like ghostly spirit animals. Others, like albino whales or moose, are lonely one-in-a-million albinos with striking, unexpected appearances.

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There reflective nature of those feathers are catching the light in such a beautiful rainbow of hues.

There reflective nature of those feathers are catching the light in such a beautiful rainbow of hues.

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The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is togeher with the peregrine falcon one of the two fastest birds and animals in the world. Wingspan 1.80 - 2.80 m.  When diving for prey it can reach 240 - 320 km/h (150 - 200 mph)

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The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is togeher with the peregrine falcon one of the two fastest birds and animals in the world. Wingspan - m. When diving for prey it can reach 240 - 320 km/h - 200 mph) - via Robert SKREINER

The Great Philippine Eagle - One of the Largest and Most Powerful Birds in the World.  -  http://www.carnivorabattle.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=eagles=display=4

The Great Philippine Eagle - One of the Largest and Most Powerful Birds in the World. A grand bird, dangerously close to extinction due to loss of native habitat, endangered species not for eating.

༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺ The Philippine Eagle (Pithecopaga Jefferyi) is the world's largest eagle by body length. It's also one of the most exotically stunning! Unfortunately, it has been labeled as one of the most Critically Endangered (IUCN Red List) eagle species, w| an estimated population of less than 250 individuals. ༻✿༺ ❤️ ༻✿༺                                                                                                                                                     More

Pictures of the day: 11 April 2011

The Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), also known as the Monkey-eating Eagle, is an eagle of the family Accipitridae endemic to forests in the Philippines.

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