Earlier in the Animal Planet we have tried to discuss about birds. In this topic we will try to discuss about a very special type of bird Eagle. Eagle comes from the bird family Accipitridae. Its class is Aves, order is Falconiformes and kingdom is Animalia. It has about 65 species in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America and In Australia.
Eagle is different from other birds of the world. It is also known as Birds of Prey because of its large size, sharp nails, powerful in nature and for their heavier head. Its size varies from species to species. Its weight is varies from 500g to 6.7kg and its length can be varied from 40cm to 100cm. Its smallest species is Booted Eagle. Another species of eagle is Greater Spotted Eagle. It’s another species is Steppe Eagle.
Most of its species are normally larger than its prey. It has very large hooked beaks. Its legs are very powerful. And the most important thing is that it has very sharp and keen eyesight. It can see its prey from a long distance. It builds its own nest. Female Eagle normally laid two eggs at a time.
The most important thing is that its nature, characteristics, power, intelligence, keen eyesight allows them to dominate over the all bird species. In many countries of the world the bird’s symbol is considered to be brave, power and spirit of their nation.