Rare harpy eagles — ‘unicorn’ of the Amazon rainforest — caught on camera

harpy eagle chick1.jpgHarpy eagles are at the top of the food chain in the Amazon sky. The massive birds have a wingspan of 6 to 7 feet and the height of an average 5-year-old when sitting. The birds of prey have massive talons the size of a grizzly bear’s claws and a beak powerful enough to easily dismember monkeys and sloths.…MORE


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One Response to Rare harpy eagles — ‘unicorn’ of the Amazon rainforest — caught on camera

  1. sarasinart says:

    What an interesting bird! Hope you are doing well.


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